In a recent Capital News (Kelowna) article Jennifer Schell wrote:
The local pescatarian scene has made a resurgence here in the Okanagan with these new seafood focused venues. It is in part thanks to local fishmonger Jon Crofts at Codfather Seafood Market who brought awareness of sustainable seafood and fishing practices to our community and the freshest seafood possible. (FYI-Jon also moonlights as an oyster shucker at Pilgrim & Pearl.)
We can also thank him for allowing chef Ross Derrick to shack up with him at Codfathers with The Table at Codfathers eatery open in house. I fell hard for Chef Derrick’s fish and chips with smoked tomato aioli dip and even harder for his Korean-style fried cauliflower. This is also a gluten intolerant friendly joint—the fish batter is made with awesome NextJen Gluten-Free Flour blend that is also available for sale at Codfathers.
Everything on his seafood-centric menu is seriously delicious and super fresh—obviously he shops from the freshest fish source available (approximately three feet away). I just found out that he also caters private events in the evening.
Currently only open during the day, but there is always the take away option. Seriously delicious food at 2355 Gordon Dr. in Guisachan Village.