Fish & Chips

The batter on fish and chips can be diaphanous tempura or the heartiest beer batter, and the most familiar chips in the U.S. are French fries. Some restaurants use steak fries, which are thicker and more like the chips one finds in England, the dish’s acknowledged home. Cod is the usual fish that gets fried, but along the Pacific northwest coast, fish fryers present a variety of options. At Oregon’s South Beach Fish Market, where the frail batter is laced with garlic, fish and chips can be ordered with tuna, salmon, or halibut, even oysters or calamari.

Restaurants With This Dish

Emmett Watson’s Oyster Bar - Fish & Chips
Emmett Watson’s Oyster Bar


The Hangar on the Wharf


Fisherman’s Market


Mr. Perkins’ Family Restaurant - Fried Perch
Mr. Perkins’ Family Restaurant


Splash Cafe


Flanders Fish Market & Restaurant - Fried Shrimp
Flanders Fish Market & Restaurant



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