Mr Fish & Chips
4361 Highway 7
Fish & chips, Fish & chips, Fish & chips!
Mr Fish & Chips has been around since I could ever remember, I have driven by plenty of times but I've only been here a couple of times. The inside is super dated and is plastered with fish posters and posters on the benefits of eating fish. This is a family run business cause I remember coming here quite a while back and the owner had his kids serving on roller skates (not the safest but got the job done).
Small menu but the only fish and chips joint I've seen serve Scottish meat pie, Haggis, and Black pudimealie (not quite sure what that is though). I would love to try haggis one day but I don't think I have the guts to!
The view from where I was sitting. I'm not looking for anything fancy when I go to fish & chip joints but I think this place could use a little maker over or at least a little sprucing up.
My mom and I got one order of halibut and one order of cod and chips to share. I really enjoy the the batter on the fish, incredibly light and crispy and my favourite part, is that the batter is this so you can actually enjoy the fish. The chips were also good, crisp, not greasy and perfect soft in the middle.
The mushy peas on the other hand were a little weird, not the normal mushy peas you would normally get. I wasn't sure if I liked them or not but I managed to finish them.
Needless to say I'm still in the search for the best fish & chips in the GTA.