Who do you think has the best fish and chips in the Boston area? Any traditional ones from Irish pubs, or favorites from seafood shacks? [Go here to post a reply.]
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Matt Murphy's are amazing. Wrapped in newspaper and served with vinegar and homemade ketchup!
The Green Briar on Washington St. in Brighton seves delicous, authentic fish and chips. And yes, there is a bottle of malt vinegar on every table!
Tina S wrote:
Hopefully they still have them on the menu, but Woody's Grill and Tap on Hemenway (Northeastern U. territory) had AMAZING fish and chips when I used to live around the corner.
Kimberly P wrote:
The Druid in Inman Square.
Green Briar is good.
I second Matt Murphy's .. their tartar sauce is great too.
Paddy's Pub in Newton. Lil pricey but real good.
Rich D wrote:
Matt Murphy's is great, though it's cod. So is Yankee Lobster Fish Market. Their haddock plate is amazing; the regular fish and chips, not so much.
Mmm Porters Bar & Grill near the TD Garden has a great beer batter (Harpoon I think) and the fries are awesome too.
Carroll's in Medford Square. The fish is always fresh and batter is crisp but lighter than most which is not easy to do.
Clam Box in Quincy
Dan McCarthy wrote:
The Talk Restaurant in Watertown
The Lobster Pot in Wareham has the best fish and chips!
Bob C. wrote:
The Lobster Barn in Abington! Everything they serve is awesome!!
Belle isle seafood
Captain mardens, dry dock cafe, bell isle in no particular order
The Phoenix Restaurant, Fairhaven MA served only on Friday nights
Paul M. wrote:
Summer Shack makes great fish and chips.
Esther B. wrote:
Bubbling brook in Westwood; also Inn at Bay Pointe Quincy
Seaport grille Gloucester!!!
The Druid in Inman Sq, Cambridge
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