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Posted by Sookie on 11/06/2011
Loved this place, as a Brit I a always intrigued to try our 'cuisine' overseas, is you can call it cuisine. yep we have a bad reputation for food but home cooking is something else. What I don't understand is why nobody can understand the difference between a Shepherd's pie and a cottage pie. Shepherd's pie is ALWAYS made with minced lamb and cottage pie is ALWAYS with beef. Why when I come here do I find Shepherd's Pie with beef, makes no sense and there are any brits over here. Just odd!
Posted by Richard seager on 05/28/2011
As a long term expat Brit trying this place for the first time all I can say is that the fish and chips here are the real dog's bollocks, the best this side of the pond (a few favourites in Nova Scotia not excepting).
Posted by N.Brown on 04/27/2011
We love to come to this place for dessert. The deep fried twinkies with raspberry jam is awesome ! Service is great. The dude running the place always makes us feel welcome. Come here just once and you will be hooked !
Posted by Angela on 02/22/2011
Love, love, loved this place!!! We waited a long time for a table, but it was well worth it. Everything was delicious an the staff were so sweet. Highly reccomend!
Posted by Anon on 01/25/2011
My friend and I stopped in for Sunday lunch a few weeks ago and it is a huge treat. While it is definitely not a health conscious menu, the food is definitely worth it!
Posted by Trent on 08/21/2010
Best Fish N Chips in the Slope... alway fresh coupled w/ delish fries along w/ some great beers to wash it all down. No room for dessert here. Ask for the fish special of the day-usually Fabulous! Go HUNGRY ~ Leave FULL :) Good Service in a fun n funky atmosphere.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/09/2010
My family and I have been going to the Chip Shop since it opened (now years ago!) and it is a perennial favorite. The Fish and Chips are obviously a favorite (note: at the moment they are offering a recession lunch special that gives you a smaller portion of fish, but with a salad, for much cheaper than the regular portion). But other favorites include the English Breakfast on weekends, the Chicken Curry and chips (the chips do get soggy underneath the curry, but they absorb the curry, a trade off) and the Chicken and Mushroom Pie with Chips. The pie is a personal favorite, large pieces of chicken and mushrooms shoved into a pie with a beautiful gravy. There is enough gravy to keep everything in the pie juicy, but not too much to soggy up the Chips mounded beneath the pie. In recent visits, I have eschewed dessert, but the Fried Mars Bar is the best thing in the world. And if you have a love of Reese's, the Fried Peanut Reese's are for you. The puddings are good too. You may leave feeling overstuffed, but it's totally worth it!