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Posted by asloper on 09/19/2006
Phoney British pub food served by a disinterested wait staff. They should change the oil every now and then. the fish and chips were so poorly fried that the batter separated from the fish in this big airy poof. The "chips" were soggy on the outside and hard on the inside. But that's typical of the Slope - we're filled with folks who wouldn't know real food if it came up and hit them - they like atmophere!
Posted by Hammer on 09/16/2006
The perfect place for fish and chips and a beer. Everything is great!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/27/2006
You'll be loving your dinner until you try and walk down 5th Avenue with a belly full of batter and a heart full of grease and regret. There's a reason the English aren't known for their food, and this joint solidifies it. The deep-fried mac & cheese though... divine.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/12/2006
Me and my husband go there often and everytime we eat there the food is always fresh and wonderful. The Fish & Chips are fantastic, Shepards Pie is great. I even love there fried snickers. The service isnt always up to par but the food makes up for it.
Posted by ritechus on 07/10/2006
I live in Windsor Terrace. While other 5th avenue restaurants will deliver to my area, they will not. I can love a restaurant only so much. After a point service gets to such an annoying point that I have to sacrifice what I love about it for principle. Some places don't deserve my business. As for Chipshop, they can still have my business. I just have to get off my lazy butt and eat in.
Posted by Slopariffic on 05/05/2006
Health food this is not, but it is damn tasty. ChipShop is attached to CurryShop, and they both have some open-air seating, which is key this time of year. I've eaten their food just once, but it was really yummy. I ordered delivery-- fish and chips (of course). The delivery guy came quick and the food was hot. I'm sad to say I've never had real british fish and chips (ie, in the real UK), but this tasted like what I thought it would! And, it comes wrapped in newspaper, too, which I love (although they do put a layer of parchment between the food and the newspaper, so folks, don't worry-- you won't be eating ink on your fries!) I also lust after their fried Snickers bar every time I look at their menu... But I'm not that brave yet-- I think i might have a heart attack just looking at it!
Posted by brooklynite on 04/20/2006
Really good fish and chips - much better and fresher tasting than Manhattan's alternatives. If you get takeout, you can order smaller $5 portions of many items from the children's menu.