31 July, 2012


I am a healthy eater(I think...) thus fried foods are not really my cup of tea. However, after having fish & chips in P.E. Island, I couldn't forget the taste it had. I can still dream about it sometimes. Some Sunday morning, my boyfriend and I read each other's mind that both of us felt like having fish and chips so I suggested to go to BRIT & CHIPS which is one of the famous fish & chips places in Montreal.

The restaurant is pretty clean, and even though they fry the food in the same space as where customers seat, the place didn't have a greasy smell. The original fish & chips comes from Britain. If you would like to know more about its history, you could find it on their menu or on their website. 

{Hake with panure orange crush}
The classic choice for fish & chips is cod. I wanted to try something different so I ordered the hake (see the photo above) The mouthfeel of the hake was tender, chewy and the crispy surface had a subtle orange flavor. The potatoes were normal though.    

 {Tilapia with Teriyaki sauce}
My boyfriend ordered Tilapia. The fish was tenderer than the hake. I couldn't find it on their website so maybe it was the special of the day.  

Brit & Chips on Urbanspoon

For more info: Brit & Chips
Close to Square- Victoria metro (orange line)

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