Best of Delaware 2010

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Best Fish and Chips

CRITICS, UPSTATE | Stoney’s British Pub
3007 Concord Pike, Wilmington, 477-9740
Throw a game of darts, grab a pint of Guinness and tuck into a plate of fish and chips at Stoney’s British Pub. Owner Mike Stone’s signature item is simple enough: fresh cod and a basic flour-and-water batter that preserves the fresh-tasting fish. Chips are made from freshly cut potatoes.

CRITICS, DOWNSTATE | Go Fish!
24 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach, 226-1044
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.
 

 

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