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repartee Aug 9, 2008 07:17 PM

I live in Japan but am a Vancouverite.

I know, I know, we are the go to place for salmon but I've got a Japanese friend staying and he wants salmon. Everything seems to be done in some kind of Japanese style, teriyaki or soy sauce or yuzu, etc.

All wonderful, but is there a place where we can get just a regular salmon dinner with the
old mashed potatoes, etc.?

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  1. fmed RE: repartee Aug 9, 2008 09:07 PM

    It's hard to find anything in this town without an Asian influence. Off the top of my head, The Cannery may have something old-school.

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      ck1234 RE: repartee Aug 9, 2008 11:28 PM

      Joe Fortes does a cedar planked salmon but it has bourbon sauce. In fact, most places I can think of all have cedar planked! A Kettle of Fish has a grilled sockeye, but it's served with spatzel of all things!

      Like fmed said, Cannery has Salmon Wellington - sounds pretty old school!

      The William Tell has: Potato Crusted B.C. Wild Salmon Filet On a bed of sautéed spinach with a lemon cream sauce and seasonal vegetables.

      And Coast has wild grilled salmon served with lobster mashed potatoes, baby carrots, asparagus, citrus beurre blanc

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        grayelf RE: ck1234 Aug 9, 2008 11:52 PM

        I'm a fan of the Fish House in Stanley Park for just such a craving. They do a variety of fish, including salmon, "simply prepared" on their "Fresh Today Menu" http://www.fishhousestanleypark.com/m...

        and as a bonus they have the Cannery's Salmon Wellington, if you fancy trying that.

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        Fish House In Stanley Park
        8901 Stanley Park Drive, Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2, CA

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        repartee RE: repartee Aug 10, 2008 08:01 AM

        Thanks all for replying so far.

        Joe Fortes doesn't look too bad nor does Kettle of Fish.

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