7 of the best places to get fish and chips in Montreal

Mar 31 2021, 11:44 am

Winter is not the ideal time to scarf down some fish and chips. But something about toasty weather in Montreal signifies the start of fish and chips season.

Whether you’re eating them in the traditional newspaper wrapper fashion, spell it fish ‘n chips, or fish & chips, the English fried food dish is an absolute delight.

Traditionally served with tartar sauce and lemon in beer batter, here is a handful of places around Montreal that serve up a mean fish and chip — which are still as tasty in pick-up and delivery forms.

Toss on some swim trunks, we’re going fishing.

Brit & Chips

 

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Brit & Chips has a couple of locations in Montreal and they serve the traditional English meal with cod, haddock, and salmon in an ale batter, maple syrup batter, or Murphy’s stout batter — yum.

Comptoir21 Fish N’ Chips

Comptoir 21 is a 10-year-old lunch restaurant in the heart of the Mile-End that offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere that is reminiscent of east coast diners.

They serve classic fish and chips with coleslaw and a variety of side sauces.

Burgundy Lion

 

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The traditional English pub has whittled down its ordinarily extensive menu during you-know-what to a more casse-croûte vibe, including their tasty fish and chips.

It’s served with codfish, Burgundy Lion Ale batter, chips, mushy peas, and tartar sauce. And to be honest, it eats well even in delivery.

Ye Olde Orchard

 

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There aren’t any bells and whistles with Ye Olde Orchard’s fish and chips. It’s simple and they do it very well across all of Ye Olde’s Montreal and off-island spots.

OFISH Restaurant

 

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OFISH offers London, crispy panko, Caribbean, Asian style, and lemon fennel fish and chips at both their Monkland and downtown locations.

You really can’t go wrong.

Lucille’s Oyster Dive

At $23 a plate, Lucille’s fish and chips are on the more luxurious side of the ocean but they can justify the price because their F&Cs are very tasty.

McKibbin’s Irish Pub

Spread out across all four locations, McKibbin’s serves a tasty haddock fish and chips plate with homemade tartar sauce, coleslaw, and a mountain of decadent fries.

McKibbin’s says they serve the best fish and chips in town and there’s only one way to find out — try them all!

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