I say it often, and I will say it again, the English know how to do a good fish and chips. And this place learned from the best! Fried in Tallow and canola oil it was a place I was happy to walk into. I...More
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I came here in the afternoon because I was hungry but needed to get some work done as I was travelling for work. Being from Toronto, couldn't resist the seafood when on the east coast. The signage claims it's the best fish n chips in...More
My husband and I enjoyed a lunch here during the last week of Sept. We decided to try this location and are glad we did! My husband ordered the traditonal fish and chips ( haddock and thick cut fries). Very tasty and enjoyable. I ordered...More
First I'll start by saying our server was awesome! It was a slow afternoon and he was super friendly and genuinely nice. However, the food could use a little help. I had the fish tacos, which I would typically love, but these were hopeless. They...More
Came in before going to a concert. Place was quiet, quite dark. Order fish and chips/fish burger. Food was very good, great portion size, very tasty. Very casual atmosphere, food on the floor beneath our booth, seating beat up, needs replacing.
Nothing wrong with the cuisine. Definitely up there for quality. But, not at the price. I can get as good a quality of seafood at at least two other venues in the area.
Because I'm a sucker for good fries, every couple of years I order some here. I'm always blown away how drippingly greasy everything is, and I regret it immediately.
My wife and I grew up in the northwest of England and know good fish and chips when we come across them. Brits served the best chips we have had for many years (the thick cut ones, not the thin North American type). The haddock...More
This is our second time going with family to this pub and it didn't disappoint! The staff is very friendly and the fish and chips is excellent. We had ours with a local craft beer (Upstreet) which also was great. The location is downtown and...More