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Feb 5, 2008 09:59 AM

Anyone know of a place where I can find British food in NYC?

I have tried Meyers of Keswick downtown, are there any others that specialise in british food I am nostalgic and a homesick expat from Liverpool


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  1. Chip Shop in Brooklyn (two locations one on Atlantic Avenue, the other in Park Slope) is supposed to be authentic British food. They serve stuff like bangers and mash, mince meat pies, and fish and chips.

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    1. re: MrsT

      Third one on the way in Bay Ridge ...

      Park Slope Chip Shop
      383 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215

      Atlantic Chip Shop
      129 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201

      Bay Ridge Chip Shop
      7215 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11209

      1. I second Chip Shop, also there's Alchemy in Park Slope - they've got fish n' chips and sticky Guinness pudding for dessert!

        56 5th Ave
        Brooklyn, NY 11217
        (718) 636-4385

        Another place to check out is A Salt and Battery in Manhattan (In a little section of the Village that's becoming known as "Little Britain!") - the prices are high for fish n' chips, but they do have deep fried Mars Bars.

        112 Greenwich Avenue
        (12th and 13th Streets)
        Phone: (212) 691-2713
        Fax: (212) 691-8739

        1. tea & sympathy and next door a salt and battery - both west village.
          yum i'm dreaming of shepards pie now...