When actual Brits like the fish and chips, you know they’re good. That’s the case at Go Fish!, where owner Alison Blyth, a right proper Brit herself, coats Icelandic cod in a whipped batter before frying it to crispy, golden brown deliciousness. An imported English chipper makes the fries, er, chips the real deal.
During the off season, it pays to dine at Go Fish! The Britain-loving restaurant famous for its fish and chips and sticky toffee pudding, offers a dozen dinners for less than $11 during fall, winter and spring. Among them are beer-battered softshell crabs, homemade shepherd’s pie, tandoori-style chicken skewers and, of course, crispy fish and chips. (Mushy peas extra.)
At go fish! and its new sister restaurant, go brit! the fish is fried according to
owner Alison Blyth’s mum’s secret recipe, and they are peerless—light and crispy
outside, moist and meaty inside.