Fish and Chips in Addison

blankDoes cold weather call for soups, hot tea, and fish and chips? Yes! One hundred percent! This delicious combination was born in the 1800s in England and as many British will say, cannot be beaten on a cold wintry day. While it’s unclear who officially came up with this tasty dish, what we do know is that it quickly became a staple dish in England and Great Britain. According to The National Federation of Fish Friers, in 1999, the British consumed around 300 million servings of fish and chips!

While traveling across the pond might not be possible right now, various Addison restaurants offer this delicious dish to help satisfy your cravings.

The Londoner’s Classic Fish & Chips are made with beer-battered Atlantic cod and house cut fries and served with house-made tartar sauce and lemon. When you visit The Londoner, whether to watch a soccer game or hang out with friends out on the patio, you have to order the fish and chips. It completes the experience.

Public School 972 on Montfort just south of Belt Line offers a wide variety of dishes on their rotating menu. The chef-driven gastropub is a great place to hang out with friends or go for a date night. Try their beer-battered fish and chips. Made with fried cod and served with rémoulade sauce and sriracha ketchup; it’s simply delicious!

Malarkey’s Tavern not only features a large selection of draught beers from local breweries but their food menu is a must. And like any great pub, the fish and chips are going to be delicious. Malarkey’s Tavern fish and chips are fried beer-battered cod and served with fries and homemade tartar sauce. Of course, what goes better with fish and chips than order a cold drink from their drink menu? Follow Malarkey’s Tavern on Facebook.

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