After a fun day out in the Fraser Valley, we stopped at Fort Pub and Grill for some food and drinks. It’s a nice, stand-alone establishment close to where the Albion Ferry terminal used to be, at the north tip of Fort Langley.
In addition to food, we ordered a mini jug of Strongbow Cider. It’s about half the size of a pitcher, fills perhaps 2 pint glasses, and was recently priced at about $12.
We ordered two things. First, Fort Poutine isn’t only about fries, cheese curds and gravy. It included some spicy ground beef, sauteed onions and mushrooms, which added extra flavours to the otherwise ordinary poutine.
The Personal Pizza actually has similar toppings as the Fort Poutine. The crust was not very thin, but it’s light and crispy. Kind of deep-fried bread like. The chipotle sauce was just OK; it tasted like spicy mayo or thousand island dressing.
We were there for about 1.5-2 hours and we saw dishware shattered twice right in front of us, one when they were collecting empty glasses, another when they accidentally dropped a plate of food and spilled some on a customer’s lap. While accidents happen, I was just shocked at how clumsy the servers were and that 2 accidents would happen back-to-back. This also caused a delay in getting our food, so we waited for a good 45 mins-1 hour for a poutine and a pizza. We were offered a discount on our food bill, but we had to suffer through a long wait to get our food. I was really hungry by the time the food finally arrived.
The pub being in Fort Langley is nice but the food and service really needs some more work. I was quite disappointed in it.
Fort Pub and Grill
9273 Glover Road, Fort Langley