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randyjl Apr 23, 2010 07:13 PM

Where can we get some awesome, authentic fish and chips in DFW area?

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    CocoaNut Apr 24, 2010 06:03 AM

    Authentic to what? Sorry.... just had to ask.

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      RobbnTX Apr 24, 2010 11:26 AM

      You might want to read thru this thread, http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/4831...

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        RoLip Apr 24, 2010 08:19 PM

        We've been here....
        Zeke's in FW.
        Period.

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          OCNC Apr 25, 2010 08:23 AM

          Neighborhood Services Tavern is where you want to go, everything else is a pretender.

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          Neighborhood Services
          5027 W Lovers Ln, Dallas, TX

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            air Apr 25, 2010 08:57 AM

            What makes theirs more authentic than say, Old Monk, Fillmore, or Holy Grail?

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              OCNC Apr 27, 2010 05:11 AM

              I didnt say more authentic. Go try them and tell me they are not more AWESOME. You can't do it.

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                irodguy May 1, 2010 07:25 PM

                Okay so you are saying they are not authentic fish and chips or are they? That would be beer batter cod not greasy. I am not looking for some kind of strangely spiced fish & chips that are Texas take....

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                  CocoaNut May 2, 2010 07:35 AM

                  Haddock is also widely used, as is pollock or coley; plaice; skate .... all depends on what part of England, Ireland or Scotland you are in. For batter, England generally uses plain water and flour with some soda and vinegar for the bubbly. Of course, as you noted, different varieties of beer is sometimes used.

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            baciome May 9, 2010 09:05 AM

            Zeke's in Fort Worth off of Camp Bowie would be the closest to what I have eaten back east. I have to amit that Sherlock's in Arlington has a different take on the ol' style fish n' chips with a puffy style tampura that's really pretty good.

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