Finally had some authentic fish and chips. Or maybe not since this wasn’t sprayed with the prerequisite of malt vinegar (thank goodness since I don’t like vinegar). And this was dusted with chicken salt, which is essentially chicken powder sprinkled on the food.
The cool thing was it really just looked like another fish shop, which just happened to h ave random sprinkling of cooked seafood options atop. And they have bar chairs for eating. But essentially, it was a seafood store.
We had the seafood chowder as suggested by the people at the back. The required fish and chips for my friends, while I ordered the seafood basket which had fish, shrimp, and oysters. Everything was fried to order.
I ended up burning my tongue while eating this. Everything was battered and piping hot inside, may it be the fish, oysters or the chips. But damn that thing, it was really good. My friend Kars said that the portions are big, but not overly so like in the US. This was just good enough for a healthy surfer dude to finish up after a day of surfing. But now I want to make some fried oysters.
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