If you are looking for the best Fort Langley restaurants for when you visit Vancouver’s Fraser Valley, you are in the right place. I grew up in Langley and enjoy eating in Fort Langley on almost a weekly basis! If you have never been to Fort Langley to eat or want to know which Fort Langley restaurants are the best, then keep reading and you will know everything you need to know about this little gem of a community.
Positioned on the south bank of the Fraser, Fort Langley was built by the Hudson’s Bay Company as a trading post in 1827. While that does not seem very old compared to other settlements in the world, by Canadian standards, it was a very early settlement in what would become the province of British Columbia. Today, the historic charm in this quaint town of about 2900 residents, attracts over 60 000 visitors per year! Fort Langley is one of the most popular things to do in Langley and is on the lsit of the best 99 things to do in British Columbia. While you are enjoying one of these Fort Langley restaurants, spend some time wandering Glover Road and the small alleyways and enjoy the local boutique shopping. For those who love the outdoors, you can also hike the Fort to Fort trail before or after your meal!
Best Fort Langley Restaurants
Wendels Fort Langley
Wendels is probably the most well-known coffee shops in Langley. Wendels Cafe is more than a coffee shop however, it is a bookstore and restaurant serving hot and cold food. Whether you want a great Mac and Cheese, or a sweet treat with a great latte, Wendles offers an unmatched atmosphere, making it one of the busiest places to grab a bite to eat. It is a popular hangout for locals, and expect it to be busy when you visit as well. There is ample outdoor seating available and Wendels also makes great options to go!
Wendels is open 7:30am to 10pm 7 days a week.
Location: 9233 Glover Road, Langley
The best restaurant patio in Fort Langley has got to be Beatnik’s Restaurant. You cannot miss the wrought iron black fence and the cute restaurant as your stroll down glover road. You will also likley see tables full of diners enjoying the sunshine of this great patio! If you want my favorite, grab the coconut prawns or the avacado toast. Another favorite is the artisan salad with blackened chicken. If you want a dinner suggestion, you cant go wrong with their steak. This is also my favorite secret spot for a chai tea latte!
Location: 9194 Glover Road, Fort Langley
Saba is one of the best restaurants in Fort Langley. Make sure you make a reservation at peak times or the tables will be scooped up. Try the lamb popsicles and their crafted cocktails. They also serve a great brunch and have amazing coffee. Their old location on Mavis Ave is still the site of their coffee shop where you can enjoy bakes goods and their coffee.
Location: 23343 Mavis (Corner of Mavis and Glover)
Mangia E Scappa
Manga de Scappa is the best Italian restaurant in Fort Langley. Do not leave without trying their Italian donuts.
Location: 23238 Mavis Ave, Fort Langley
Rivaling Beatniks for the best patio in Fort Langley is Trading Post. They offer fresh eats full of local ingredients to go with their beers and have a huge (dog-friendly) turf patio as well as a covered heated patio space. Their menu changes seasonally and features produce from farms all over the Fraser Valley. From burgers and salads, to pastas and appies, they have something for every appetite.
Location: 9143 Glover Road, Fort Langley
Lindsay Nieminen is the creator of UncoveringBC.com. She grew up and still lives in the suburbs of Vancouver with her family. She aims to inspire inform, and educate others about traveling in her home province of British Columbia. She is also the creator of carpediemourway.com which aims to show parents how to seek out adventure at home or abroad, with their children in tow!