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$15 for $30 Worth of Seafood at Chippy's Fish & Chips

Queen West

82% of 281 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Sturgeon coated in a light and crispy Guinness batter, panko-breaded scallops dunked in housemade garlic mayo, and freshly cut chips

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 28th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per order. Not valid for Halibut. Must purchase 1 food item. Not valid 3/29/13. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$15 for $30 Worth of Seafood

Chefs fry fresh fish, such as haddock ($10.50) or cod ($8.50), in their housemade light and crispy Guinness batter, pairing the 4- to 5-ounce servings with their hand-cut chips. The menu also features other fresh seafood, such as panko-coated prawns and scallops ($12.50 each) and the Double Dunk sandwich—two pieces of Acadian sturgeon crammed between deep-fried dough ($9).

Chippy's Fish & Chips

Daily delivered seafood, hand-cut Ontario potatoes, and a housemade batter that uses not one, but two bottles of Guinness per batch. That’s the essence of Chippy’s Fish & Chips and the vision of owner John Lee, whose sole mission is to bring his customers the very best of classic pub food. Options such as fried halibut or panko-crusted scallops are written across the chalkboard menu inside the small eatery, where customers line up to place their order at the counter. Lee and his team then get to work, frying the fish ‘n’ chips to order and piling them inside Chinese-takeout-style boxes or sneaking them directly into customers’ pockets. Patrons can also order the Double Dunk sandwich. This unique handheld item stuffs two cuts of golden-fried Acadian sturgeon and a pile of red-cabbage coleslaw between two pieces of deep-fried dough. The stack—along with everything else on the menu—verifies what Lee told Corey Mintz of Toronto.com while discussing plans to franchise: “Chippy's is not a heat-and-serve operation.”


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82% of 281 customers recommend

  • “Food goes well with a bottled coke (bottle-cap remover is affixed to the wall to the left of the door)!”

  • “the double dunk sandwich was a waste of money. the piece of fish as so incredibly small...smaller than the palm of my hand and i have small hands. the description...”

    “the double dunk sandwich was a waste of money. the piece of fish as so incredibly small...smaller than the palm of my hand and i have small hands. the description said 2 pieces of sturgeon acts like the bun, but there was no fish in the "bun" part of my order. highly disappointing and false advertising. I will never order or recommend this menu item ever again.”

  • “I really enjoyed my meal and Chippy's Fish & Chips. The only thing that I would add to the menu if possible is the option for sweet potato fries, but I would keep...”

    “I really enjoyed my meal and Chippy's Fish & Chips. The only thing that I would add to the menu if possible is the option for sweet potato fries, but I would keep everything else as is, of course”

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    Queen West

    893 Queen St. W

    Toronto, Ontario M6J 1Q5

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