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Park Slope ChipShop
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Today 12–10PM
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383 5th Ave Brooklyn, NY 11215
383 5th AvenueUSNew York11215
(718) 832-7701chipshopnyc.com
$$Restaurant, European Restaurant
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European Restaurant
British Restaurant
Fish & Chips Restaurant
Today 12–10PM
Thursday 12–10PMFriday 12–11PMSaturday 11AM–11PMSunday 11AM–10PMMonday 12–10PMTuesday 12–10PMWednesday 12–10PM
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Punk memorabilia is the backdrop for fish 'n' chips & other British eats at this Park Slope pub.- Google
"Amazing fried mac & cheese and fish & chips, really goooooodddd!"
"They have deep fried twinkies for dessert."
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Maryann Yin
a year ago
This place is not shy with oil and batter. I love the fish and chips, the curry chicken with mash, and the deep fried candy bars. My brother and I tried the giant deep fried mac and cheese ball and the deep fried pizza once for novelty's sake; we felt quite guilty eating it because of these unhealthy choices. The service is wonderful and I love looking at all the British decor and items. The portion sizes are super generous so I always walk out very full.
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Donna Truong
2 years ago
Pretty great experience. They even have English goods for sale. Great for the nostalgia and experience. Food is pretty good.
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Hugh Reilly
2 years ago
Best fish and chips on Planet Earth! My favorite is the cod and mash. But everything is delicious; just order to your taste. And the service could not be friendlier. We've been going there for something like 13 years and have never tired of the wonderful fare and being treated like family.
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Savannah College
4 years ago
Very neat place to try. If you eat here, you have to try the deep fried cherry pie...it is amazing! The deep fried twinkie is more popular, and is still very good, but I liked the cherry pie better. Everything we ate was awesome (with the exception of the deep fried pizza...which seemed to be frozen pizza that had been heated up then fried...not bad, but you aren't missing anything if you don't get it.) The service was great, our waiter treated us like family.
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D Nguyễn
a year ago
Cheerioh oh old boy. Whoh doesn’t fancy ah spiffing ol’ fish and chips. The service is friendly and surrounded by memorabiliah of all things of the UK. The battah was divine daaarling and crispy ohn ah hulking piece of cod or haddock(noh wondah they aaare going extinct) as it is practically the whole fish fillet and chips piping hot and what bettah to wash it down with then ah spiffing selection of beers. Absolutely top hole - I have to say.
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Jenn A
a year ago
The fish and chips were unmemorable. The scotch eggs were bland and disappointing. If it weren't for the service they would get 2 stars. The desserts on the other hand come with high recommendations. Will I come back again, maybe, but only for desserts!
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Craig Turpin
3 years ago
Authentic British fare of the highest quality. They can fry just about anything you can think of. You bring it in and if they can fry it they will! The fried MacNCheese ball is such an delectable dish. The shepherds pie is a huge dish filled with tasty meat and warm creamy mashed potatoes. The Chicken Curry & Chips is another crowd pleaser and a huge portion as well. The deserts are also heavily leaning in to the fried side but they all sound so good. For anyone craving the real deal the only pond you have to cross is the East River! Get there from 4-630 and get 10% off.
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Leslie Salas
3 years ago
This place gets five stars for the fried Reese's alone. It is every bit as tasty as it sounds. Fish and chips were good, but maybe not as amazing as I thought they might be for a place dedicated to fish and chips. I had the haddock the first time I went, but I liked the fish fingers better. Fries are tasty, but nothing super special. The mash potatoes were really good, and the fried mac and cheese was great as well. It's a big fried ball of mac and cheese. The mac and cheese on its own probably wouldn't be that special, but as it is, it works! I prefer the other location on Atlantic Ave because it's a little less cramped, but this is nice, too. British newspapers wallpapering the bathroom are a cute touch.
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