Some of the greatest duos in history have also been the most simple, such as hydrogen and oxygen, milk and honey, or ice cream and breakups. Celebrate a classic take on complementary pairs with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of fish ‘n’ chips and other hearty fare at Walkers Restaurant on Wellington Street or at HeyDayz on Richmond Street. Walkers, renowned for their crispy fish and crunchy chips, supplies a variety of fried British favourites, as well as burgers ($3.45+), poutine ($6.49+), and sea-centric entrees. HeyDayz’s menu focuses on sandwiches, wraps, and more than 10 shades of poutine. Plow through a platter of breaded-chicken poutine ($7.99), which sets up strips of breaded chicken and fresh-cut fries on a blind-date supplemented with curds and chicken sauce, the pinnacle of liquid courage. Or, attempt the mushroom and onion poutine ($7.99), which punches palates with a trio of pan-fried mushrooms, onion, and cheese curds.
Though HeyDayz has yet to receive many online reviews, eight Restaurantica reviewers give Walkers Restaurant an average rating of 3.5 stars. Eighty-six per cent of Urbanspooners like Walkers, and two Yelpers give the restaurant a perfect five-star rating.
- Fantastic 'hole-in-the-wall' atmosphere. Nice & tidy. Very cozy. Perfect for getting some take out after work on a Saturday afternoon. – Quentin, Restaurantica
- Holy Jesus is their fish'n'chips delicious, and overly large. We ordered the 4 piece dinner…The fish is the size of my face, a delicious slab of halibut goodness. It is a heavenly serving of grease in one serving. – Angela M., Yelp
Robbie Walkers Fish 'n Chips
The scent of fish frying has welcomed visitors to the original Walkers restaurant since they opened in 1944. The tradition has continued as three additional locations have opened, including sister location Robbie Walkers Fish 'n Chips in 1994. Inside the cozy family dining room, guests can order fresh halibut, haddock, cod, or pollock to the fryer, or dine on one of several gourmet burgers or sandwiches on the menu. Plates are rounded out with made from scratch starters such as bacon poutine or mushy peas, a classic British supplement to fish-and-chips.
223 Wellington St.
London, Ontario N6B 2L2Get Directions