Wednesday - March 14/12
plan is to take them to the National Park historic cannery - and then lunch close by ... something w/in walking distance, ie across a parking lot if possible. (i am not familiar w/ Steveston)
English elderly lady and gentleman, no walker/wheelchair required but mobility (stairs, wharf ramps) is concern.
... definitely an indoor option w/ seating required if inclement or breezy. ... and washrooms ; )
keen on soup/chowder, fish & chips, grilled halibut/salmon oysters (that oyster sandwich at Go Fish dockside looks amazing - diff part of town, i know)
they are low-key people, nothing fancy - more interested in "genuine bc atmosphere" kind of like Smiles was - the small restaurant at the wharf in Cow Bay area of Prince Rupert.
ps - i saw the recent thread about Crab King - is it Asian or ...? seemed like a lot of Miso on the menu
... and i've looked at Pajo's website - call ahead for weekday hours in March.
... a view would be nice, too
i have made a lot of requirements, i know - so even if you recommend a place that is a "must" - i would be pleased to hear your suggestions re: location and must-order menu items.
thank you in advance for your ideas