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Fish, Chips, and PEAS!

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Tboy Oct 20, 2006 08:22 PM

Hey all,

Being originally from England, I'm craving a good Fish and chips. I know a couple of good places for this - but I'm actually looking for something more specific...! Is there anywhere in Toronto (in or close to downtown) that does the British traditional Fish and Chips served with peas?! Everywhere I know of serves with coleslaw on the side...but I want PEAS!!!!! :D

Help appreciated!

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  1. shana RE: Tboy Oct 20, 2006 08:42 PM

    chippy's on queen west has mushy peas as an additional side.

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      Tboy RE: shana Oct 20, 2006 08:44 PM

      Hmm, I know that place...excellent fish. But preferably not mushy peas (my other half doesn't like them mushy!!!!).

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      Atahualpa RE: Tboy Oct 20, 2006 09:19 PM

      Oh, not mushy? That'll be harder to find. British Style (Dundas and Coxwell) has peas -- they are mushy, but less thoroughly 'mushed' than Chippy's.

      I'm sorry I can't help. I haven't seen peas as a side in any of F&C stores I've been.

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        embee RE: Tboy Oct 20, 2006 10:46 PM

        The place called Frank McNie's at Burnamthorpe and Martin Grove and High Street F&C on Underhill, near Lawrence and DVP (which actually IS Frank McNie's).

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          n10sity RE: Tboy Oct 21, 2006 04:11 AM

          Bishop and Belcher, and English pub that used to be on Queen near CityTV did their fish and chips with proper (not mushy) peas - but I haven't been there since they moved to Church and Hayden... worth a call tho, I imagine.

          1. Brain of J RE: Tboy Oct 21, 2006 06:30 PM

            I'm 99% positive St. Andrews offers peas with their f&c.

            St Andrews Fish & Chips
            416-431-6574
            1589 Ellesmere Road,
            Scarborough, ON M1P 2Y3

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              thebelcher RE: Tboy Nov 6, 2006 08:13 PM

              Of course you can find "peas" with your fish and chips at The Bishop and Belcher. It has moved to the corner of Hayden and Church Streets.

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                Natsuko RE: Tboy Dec 13, 2006 03:05 PM

                I'm a little late on this, but Pauper's on Bloor serves peas with their fish and chips. Lots of peas, I recall. The fish isn't bad, either.

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