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Welcome to the Dockside Smoked Fish Store in Tofino, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. Tofino is famous for many things, including seafood restaurants and fresh seafood shops. The Dockside Fish store in Tofino specializes in three different types of...more
300 Main Street, Tofino, British Columbia V0R 2Z0, Canada
this little store was tucked away behind the House of Hymwitsa right on the waterfront we would go there each afternoon & get the honey/garlic smoked salmon & pepercorn smoked salmon what a wonderful little place you must get there before 5pm as he closes...More
Heard about the Dockside smoked fish store and it did not disappoint. We ate our fair share of chum and chinook jerky today.
The smoked chum, sockeye, and chinook (honey garlic, peppered, etc) cost around $8-10 per 100 grams. Unfortunately, these items only keep for...More
Nice little shop with coolers full of fresh smoked and candied fish and assortment of seafood. Had great gift packages that were able to bring home with us on the plane. Lady that works there was very knowledgeable about everything in the shop.
It's a small little shop but full of different flavours. I'm the only one who eats salmon in my family and the different flavours are different from what we have in Ontario. The gentleman that was working was extremely helpful, told us other things to...More
We have tried alot of smoked salmon around the area and lots of really amazing stuff but this shop had a ton of different flavours and all were really good. The shop keep wasn't afraid to chop off samples to let us try either which...More
Stopped by when visiting Tofino. What a great find. The owner, Richard George, was very welcoming and we were able to taste many style of wild Pacific Salmon. All very good. We will come back. Highly recommended
Coming from inland Ontario, we wanted to try some locally-caught smoked wild salmon. We were shocked by the prices so we only purchased a small piece. They had several flavours available. Afterward, we walked down the street to the local co-op grocery store and found...More