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Fish n' Chips in the NW of Calgary?

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Just wondering if anyone knows of a really good Fish n' Chip place in the NW? Looking for traditional Fish n' Chips, not Joeys!

The British Chippy is too far away

Look forward to reading your comments!

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    1. re: 23skidoo

      Oh sorry, new to all this. Edgemont NW.

      1. re: HYPERKEZZ

        Joey's Seafood in Crowfoot. If you go on Tuesdays, it is all you can eat fish chips!

        1. re: makan2

          I think he said not Joey's!

          I've heard good things about Pelican Pier (14 St NW), but I've never been there myself.

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          Pelican Pier
          4404 14 St NW, Calgary, AB T2K 1J5, CA

            1. re: 23skidoo

              Pelican Pier is great. We've been going there for years. The fish batter is very light and now they also are doing a panko crust too. You choose your type of fish (cod, haddock, halibut, salmon, etc). Give it a try!

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              Pelican Pier
              4404 14 St NW, Calgary, AB T2K 1J5, CA

              1. re: TSAW

                Tried Pelican Pier last month -- pretty mediocre. Granted it was take out which is not ideal. The fish was good but not out of this world and the fries were terrible -- very bland and dry (maybe even commercial?). No slaw that came with it and no mushy peas on the menu. Probably won't go back.

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                Pelican Pier
                4404 14 St NW, Calgary, AB T2K 1J5, CA

      2. Billingsgate Fish Market in the the stadium shopping center has some classic fish and chips.

        Not to beat a dead horse, but Joey's has the best batter I've had in Calgary.

        1. Tudor Rose (www.tudorrose.ca) in Panorama Hills does Fish n' Chips! On Sundays they have a special on them, $6.99 for a sizeable portion of chips with a lightly battered piece fish, also IMO generously portioned. Very casual pub style place, comfortable. Plus they have Big Rock's Dunkelweizen.