For my main, I went for Cod, Halibut & Chips. The first thing I noticed was the extremely thin batter. Second was its unique taste. There was a zing. Upon further inspection, the batter was riddled with lemon zest. Something definitely different and welcomed (in my case). With the zing already built into the batter, I didn't mind the creamy mild tartar sauce. Since the batter was so light, it was not as crispy as I would've liked. Contributing to the moisture was the flaky, tender cod. It was fried perfectly. As for the halibut, it was naturally more stiff, but with that being said, it was slightly overcooked. The fresh cut fries were very light and crisp. So much so, they were probably too airy. If they were served on its own, I would declare them to be some pretty darn good fries. But they didn't seem to go with the fish. I'm probably used to the starchier, denser fresh cut fries we normally see with traditional fish n' chips. With that being said, I thought their version of fish n' chips to be above average and I would certainly entertain the possibility of a return visit.
- Super light batter with lemon zest
- Friendly service
- Thin batter can get moist quickly
- I liked the fries, but for some reason, they don't scream out fish n' chips