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Lee Apr 17, 2006 12:37 PM

This was recently mentioned in a couple of posts - some people finding it at, of all places, a Chinese restaurant... given that it's a British (or Scottish, can't remember) invention.

Anyway, if you're into this dish (can't say I am...), one of the best kept secrets in the city for it is British Style Fish and Chips. It's not on the menu, but if you ask, the owner will make it for you. Also, may I also say that this place is HANDS DOWN NO CONTEST the best Fish and Chip shop in Toronto. It shames every other piece of fish I've tried by a long shot. Hope you enjoy, whether it be the fried Mars bar or the F+C (or both! eek!).

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    jen2202 Mar 9, 2007 07:14 PM

    British Style fish and chips no longer does them i know that...even if u ask, b/c i did about a month ago, he said they're too messy...

    1. Finnegan Mar 8, 2007 06:06 AM

      St. Andrews F and C (a traditional Scotish Chippy on Ell;esmere rd. just west of McCowan) does deep fried Mas bars.

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        Wiley Apr 18, 2006 01:49 PM

        British Style F&C -- is this place ever open? I've wasted three trips there so far...

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          Vivy May 11, 2006 04:15 PM

          They are Open, Corner of Dundas & Coxwell.
          Big beautiful piece of fish, good french fries...AND FOR ALL THE QUEBEKERS OUT THERE: THEY MAKE REALLLLL POUTINE!!!!!! Small place. Clean. Friendly. You wont regret it! But I dont know if they do the deep fried Mars bar....

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            mummy2Luna Mar 8, 2007 11:53 AM

            Yep, a problem is that they rarely keep to the posted hours. Your best bet is to go between 1-8pm; they're usually open.

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              mainja Mar 9, 2007 06:25 PM

              or call your order in ahead of time (that's what we've done in the past).

              also, i think i read somewhere that they aren't doing deep fried mars bars anymore, but i could be wrong.

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            Negaduck Apr 17, 2006 04:49 PM

            Duke of Gloucester has it, with ice cream.

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              haven Mar 8, 2007 04:40 AM

              Duke of Gloucester I ordered the mar bar with ice creme, and the batter was burned and hard. It was terrible. St. Andrews fish and chips makes it the best.

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              need a beer Apr 17, 2006 01:18 PM

              King Henry's arms located at 16th avenue and yonge street in Richmond Hill...so good in fact that there was an article written about this unique dessert....

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                jim Apr 17, 2006 02:35 PM

                how much does it cost to get these things

                also what are these restaurants that offer them are they pubs and how much does it cost to eat there

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                  need a beer Apr 19, 2006 01:06 PM

                  The King Henry is a pub and serves the regular pub fare; liver&onions, ploughmans lunch, fish&chips, burgers, wings etc. new chef is pretty good though and there are new specials featured daily. Home-made soup of the day are always excellent. Stay away from the shepards pie though, too much mashed and not enough filling. I'll get back on the price of the Mars Bar....

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