Kitimat is a district municipality in the North Coast region of British Columbia, Canada. It is a member municipality of the Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine regional government. The Kitimat Valley is part of the most populous urban district in Northwest British Columbia, which includes Terrace to the north along the Skeena River valley. The city was planned and built by the Aluminum Company of Canada (Alcan) during the 1950s.
Things to do in Kitimat
4 based on 50 reviews
I had the seafood crepes that were delicious. Lots of seafood with a great hollindaise sauce. The sides were perfectly done fresh carrots with a rice side. Hubby had the fish and chips which were also good. We'll be there again for another great meal I'm sure.
4 based on 14 reviews
We ordered take out. First impression looking at the outside of chop suey kitchen is that it's a little run down, however it's much nicer inside. When you first walk in you can also see inside the kitchen it's nice & clean. The staff was very friendly and food was quick. We ordered dinner for two and they really fill each container right up. There was plenty for two adults and 3 young children. Best part of the meal was the boneless sweet and sour spareribs! Be sure to give them a try you won't be disappointed.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Went to Cors again and as usual, I was really impressed by the food. The decor is still very average but one would go there for the food.
4 based on 15 reviews
I always like going to The Hirsch Creek Golf and Country Club. I was just there for appetizers and had the Potato Skins. The y were good, filling and the kitchen baked them instead of deep frying because of my seafood allergy. The server Liz was attentive and made sure everyone's coffee cup was filled. I would go there again to check out the dinner or lunch menu.
4 based on 81 reviews
Within walking distance from Microtel a few of us walked over there and place was very full so that was a good sign. We ordered everything from breakfast to lunch and all of use said food was great and prices was good also. Even with place being very busy staff was still able to keep our drinks filled and never had to wait on anything keep checking to make sure we were ok. Good food and great staff.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
4 based on 49 reviews
No fancy frills, no stuffed shirt attitude. Just real people and great food. Everything you want in a steakhouse - only casual.
We came here for dinner one evening while staying with family in Kitimat. They had recommended we try the food here and we weren't disappointed.
Myself and my husband both had burgers with blue cheese and fries which were really tasty and we had fried pickles and shrimp for starters which were equally as yummy. All washed down with a decent local beer, or two...!!!
Service was great, price was good too.....we would definitely come again the next time we're in Kitimat.
4 based on 4 reviews
I have now gone to The Puckered Pig a couple of times, so delighted by its reappearance (it is heading towards summer now, food truck time!) I have seen it in Kitimat and in Terrace.
I ordered first the prawn tacos while my daughter got the pulled pork tacos. She loved her tacos. Our meals came with two tacos each, a tonne of fries as well as salad - more food by far than we could eat, $13 a piece. The only downside of The Puckered Pig I have found is that the owner is probably unfamiliar with how to cook corn tortillas, so she is merely heating them, and they have that kind of... uncooked taste. If she would lightly fry them so they crisp up? Oh my god, this meal would have been PERFECT! We had a great time there, loved the food truck experience, she's a wonderful chatty host, and the flavours were incredible.
I have also had the pulled pork poutine - fries, cheese, pulled pork, gravy, barbeque sauce. Eight dollars for a nice portion.
Let me summarize my review. If you see The Puckered Pig, go stand in line!
5 based on 1 reviews
"Posh" is defined as being "sumptuously furnished" and/or "luxurious," so I'm not really sure what is meant by the name "Posh Eaters?" Their official website doesn't give an explanation and, to me, it just doesn't seem like the name makes much sense because when I hear it, I think of a haughty place -- a place where they may turn your nose up at you and scoff if you order the wrong item. But the thing is, Posh Eaters isn't that at all. It is, rather, a small (and new) food truck run by very nice people who'll happily greet you with a smile. So, the food truck name seems almost contradictory. Be that as it may, they have a limited menu consisting of, typically, a salad, "Red Dragon Fries" and panko halibut burgers. I like the fact that Posh has such a small menu because it implies that everything they make here is done well. And, in my experience, this assumption certainly holds true for Posh Eaters.
I first encountered Posh Eaters during one of their very first outings at the Terrace Farmers Market. Their interesting name is what initially caught my attention, followed by the sight of both their Red Dragon Fries and the Panko Halibut burger. The Red Dragon Fries -- a lovely synthesis of home-cut fries, bacon, green onions, togorashi spice & red dragon mayo -- are new and exciting, completely changing how we think of fries. . .at least in Terrace. And the panko halibut burger? As I say in the title of the review, this burger is easily the best of the halibut burgers in Terrace. The bun is light and fluffy; the halibut cooked perfectly; the panko adding a delightful crunch to said burger; the tartar sauce/mayo not too heavy-handed; and the lettuce light and crisp. It has to be said: this halibut burger is light years better than the one found at "Beyond Burgers" (I found theirs to be kind of plain and boring, with too much batter). But I digress. . .
Yes, the food at Posh Eaters is pretty fantastic and I hope they continue with their early success. While their name makes little sense to me, I cannot fault their food.
RECOMMENDATION: The Red Dragon Fries are excellent and the Panko Halibut is divine. If you see this little food truck in your area, check them out!
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