A Weekend in Squamish

enRoute Magazine likes Wigan Pier.  When culinary grad and Brit ex-pat Greg Venables named his fish ’n’ chips restaurant after a stop on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, you could be pretty sure he wasn’t going to be panko-breading tiny portions of sablefish. The Wigan Pier Restaurant first fed hungry loggers, then hundreds of construction workers on Olympic infrastructure projects. Now it caters to those seeking hands-down the best battered, fried cod (halibut on payday) and fries in all of B.C.

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The road to Wigan Pier is in Squamish

Whistler's sister. Susan Greenwood. The Observer, June 2011. The road to Wigan Pier is in Squamish. It lies just off Highway 99 on a slow-back eddy tucked behind the Highlands Mall. It's on Tantalus Way and cars shoot past it without a sideways glance, eyes focused on the asphalt ahead as they make for Whistler, British Columbia's confident star pupil.

 

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Serving taste of home in Canada.


Wigan Evening Post. By Rob Calderbank. An Eagle's-eye View of Pier Chips. Serving taste of home in Canada. Wigan Pier is making a name for itself in Canada - for the quality of its fish and chips.!

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