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You can't get to The Bus by land unless you drive from Stewart, BC, so if you're staying in Stewart bring your passport with you because you'll need it to re-enter Canada. It's probably the easiest international trip just for dinner you'll ever take--and it's...More
This is one restaurant that we would go for lunch when we visit Stewart (BC) and Hyder.(Alaska, USA).
It is a rustic and iconic seafood restaurant that serves the best seafood especailly the halibut.
It is a one woman owned and managed restaurant and a...More
Stopped at The Bus for fresh Halibut fish and chips, was excellent, they take both currency and visa, have beer and wine, sitting is outside and inside all weather permitting, so if in Hyder stop by..open at noon
This is one of those places that everyone should visit for the experience AND the food. The owner/operator is charming and it's fun to walk up, scan the board, place your order and hang out in the dining room waiting for your food, looking at...More
Beautiful Fish n Chips! Very fresh! Husband caught and filleted that morning. Would highly recommend going here if you're in Stewart BC/Hyder Alaska. Very friendly cook/host! Coworker loved her pan fried halibut with garlic etc!
Really wish the King crab was in season when we...More
I really would love to give this a better review because the owner/cook is such a sweet lady. Both my husband and I had the battered halibut and chips because in the reviews people all rave about it. While the halibut was certainly very fresh...More
We had the clam chowder and split an order of the Halibut Fish and Chips. Sitting outside next to the school bus brought all the charm and atmosphere together with this one woman operation. This was a better meal than we had in Homer Alaska....More
Hubby and I were on our way back to Canada and were recommended to stop there. It is a one wan show so if you do not have time to sit and relax you may want to move on. But you will definitely be missing...More