Food is not bad. But extremely expensive. A soft cone costs $5 and Fish and chips for $16!! I guess once in a blue moon it's okay.
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Hopped off the bus to take in the amazing views from Prospect Point. We decided to try out this restaurant for lunch. We were the first customers,but was soon filled when we left. Ordered Fish (salmon) and chips, my husband had Smoked Beef Brisket. The...More
Anniversary lunch ... we first went to Prospect Point Restaurant the day after we got engaged, so thought we'd go back for our wedding anniversary 26 years later ... Prices have definitely gone up over 26 years and the menu seems to have shrunk. The...More
Just returned from a sunny glorious day in Vancouver from Victoria and stopped at Prospect Point for the first time. This restaurant and gift shop had just reopened and they are still working on another part of it. It was early in the day and...More
Not a lot of choice when visiting Stanley Park so we went here to eat a sandwitch and have a drink while visiting the park. Obviously the place is quite touristic but because the price are a little expensive the place is not crowded.
We try to dine at the Prospect Point Restaurant at least once yearly. I recall the days before the view became overwhelmed with trees when the view of the Lions Gate Bridge, British Properties and Burrard Inlet was breath taking. If you're fortunate one or...More
Three of us stopped in at Prospect Point for a snack & a brew and we were interested in this menu item: Prospect Point’s Famous Fish and Chips $16 Enjoy our famous beer battered fish and chips, served with sea salt fries, fresh made slaw...More
The location is in Stanley ark with a view of Lyons Gate Bridge and the inlet. Service was friendly and efficient. The menu was not great, I wanted a sandwich, but, they did not have any, so I had a burger. It was fine, but,...More
This is a wonderful place to stop in Stanley Park either a nice sit down meal or a quick snack bar... The view of Lions Gate Bridge is awesome.