Nothing says PHO, FISH & FRO like Steveston Village where quaint shops, dyke trails, cycling and the boardwalk will work up your appetite. Here’s three times tasty not to be missed when you visit this historic fishing village.
Steveston Village Vietnamese Restaurant
Justin Nguyen and his family serve the freshest Pho Noodle Soup, with the House Special among my favourites at Steveston Village Vietnamese Restaurant. Don’t pass on the in house home made Fried Wontons with a side of sweet chili sauce. Your food buds and your family will thank you for having such good taste. Oh, and this is just one of Justin’s more than 80 signature bow ties. Perfect because you’ll want to visit again and again.
Pajo’s On The Wharf
Nothing says Fish & Chips like floating dockside in Steveston Village at Pajo’s On The Wharf. Wild Cod, Pacific Wild Salmon and Pacific Wild Halibut – flavoured just the way you like! And, for anyone who prefers Pajo’s Classic Hamburger, Beef or Veggie it makes choosing from the menu even more difficult.
Timothy’s Frozen Yogurt
The sweetest treat of all has to be at Steveston Landing. That’s where you’ll find Timothy’s Frozen Yogurt. I recommend the double chocolate fudge ice cream, but I know many people who love them some hedgehog, always on a homemade waffle cone. A great gathering and meeting place for over 20 years, this is the spot for social interaction and smiling faces. Pass me a napkin please.