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Shopping in Langley Township

Top shops

Farm
“A lot of Blueberry. strawberry. raspberry. BlackBerry you can pick . and coffee. diffirent desserts. I like the waffles very much. ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Bakery
“In Fort Langley We are an artisan bakeshop, cafe and pizzeria located in Fort Langley, BC, built on the original site of Reid’s Blacksmith Shop, circa 1910. We create real food using traditional artisanal methods, baked fresh daily, on-site, in our open kitchen using locally sourced and seasonal ingredients. The hand forged viennoiserie, patisserie, cakes, eclairs, tarts, cookies, savouries, soups and gourmet sandwiches crafted by our passionate team are worth the trip. We love our coffee! Our baristas craft the finest range of espresso based coffee drinks using organic beans roasted locally by Republica Coffee Roasters.”
  • 10 locals recommend
Bakery
  • 2 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Everything you need in the area: barber shop, fast food, TD Bank, Gas station, liquor store, Menchies, Dollar Store, Starbucks, Cleaners, UPS, Little Caesars Pizza, Pharma Save, Bubble World”
  • 4 locals recommend
Off-Licence
“A short drive south on 200th and you will find this English style neighbourhood pub. If you’re lucky you will see horses parked in the horse stall outside. Food can be a hit and miss with pub fare but it’s popular with locals and casual neighbourhood pub feel and has a patio off the back adorned with flowers in the summer. It can be busy some nights and they typically have have karaoke on Friday’s starting at 8. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Store
“We are here for their Sunday Brunch Buffet or lunch. Beautiful setting as it is in a Golf Club. Budget friendly. Lots of good foods. Great place to hang out.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Warehouse Store
  • 2 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“In Fort Langley Formally known as the IGA, Lee’s Market is a family owned grocery store in Fort Langley, BC, Canada. The Lee family bought the store in 1975 and have been serving the community ever since. The market has gone through several name changes over the decades, including Tommy’s Market, Lucky Dollar, Link’s Hardware and IGA, and the Fort Supply Company. The Fort Supply Co. was the official name in 1975 when the Lee family became the new (and present) owners. For the Lee family it was a long road, or rather, it was a long ocean to travel before finally finding their home in this community. Like their father who had made his way to Fiji from China during the 1940’s, to find a better home and better life to make for his wife and future children; so would Johnny, the oldest son, make his way from Fiji to Canada to find a better home and better life for his brothers, sister and mother. By 1972 the remaining family members had managed to immigrate to Canada and after a few years and various jobs, they found a place for the family to start a business, to thrive and to grow. Although the family business has expanded to encompass the Walnut Grove and Langley City IGA Market Place franchises; Peter, Robert, Margaret, Chang, Lum, Linda, Judy and Charlie and all the familiar faces (and new ones, too!) we have seen for years working at the IGA in Fort Langley are a welcoming place in the community. Charlie has since gone to Walnut Grove. His father, Johnny is still fondly remembered as the happy-go-lucky P.R. guy of the Lee family.”
  • 7 locals recommend

Shopping malls

Shopping Centre
“Need to do some shopping? Willowbrook Mall is 5 minutes away and has over 150 stores to ensure you can get just about everything you need.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Awesome place to pick up Asian groceries and ingredients along with other home essentials. Has a little bakery section and an eatery area where you'll find cooked food items to either enjoy there after purchase or bring home with you.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Shopping Centre