As a Father's Day dinner, the family decided to go here to celebrate. . . not that we had much choice ;)
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic procedures that they have in place, the White Spot staff and ambiance remained welcoming. The staff wore a hybrid of clear plastic face mask and shield that can allow you to see their expressions while keeping the customers away from their droplets. Our server was quite responsive and checked on us numerous times throughout our dining experience.
We had to wait for about 10 minutes or so to be seated (limited seating for social distancing) after checking in with the host upfront. We noticed it is mostly families who also dine at this location.
In accordance with Provincial guidelines, White Spot now uses disposable paper menus. Because of this, the selection is somewhat limited. Our grandmother was disappointed that the chicken pot pie did not make the new limited menu.
We ordered: Nobashi prawns with Ceasar salad; Whitspot club with fries and a side of gravy; Toasted Shrimp Sandwich with fries and a side of gravy; The Spot’s Fish & Chips; and Chicken, Broccoli & Cheese with Ceasar salad side.
Caesar salads were very good as usual - we always love to order them from White Spot as they remain consistently good in how crisp the lettuce is and the dressing superb.
The Nobashi prawns had panko breading - crunchy flavored texture that went well with fresh shrimps. The lingcod fish and chips were big pieces with a hearty serving of hand-cut fries. The clubhouse sandwich was very tasty and filling. The Chicken, Broccoli & Cheese dish with jasmine rice was a delicious surprise with a hint of curry in the creamy cheese sauce.
Although we miss the chicken pot pie here, we are still pleased with the type of menu White Spot is offering in the new normal these days. We truly enjoyed dining out together and celebrating an important day with family.
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