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Cuisine type

  • Canadian,

Features

  • Take-out,

Products and Services

  • Diner,
  • British Restaurant,
  • Fast Food Restaurant,

Languages Spoken

  • French,
  • English,
Location
433, rue McGill, Montréal, QC H2Y 2H1
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  • $11 To $25,

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Meet the owner

While the classic diner is a part of North American heritage, in the UK, one of the hallmarks of the dining scene is the chippy, a gourmet lunch bar specializing in fish & chips. Slightly more upscale than a diner, chippies draw lunch crowds from all over Britain who come for the fresh catch and typical English atmosphere. Who knew that Montrealers would love the traditional chippy just as much?

Jean-Michel Creusot, Paul Desbaillets and Toby Lyle were all labouring in the restaurant industry when they branched out on their own. They launched The Burgundy Lion, a traditional English pub that was a runaway successes. With that success under their belts, an idea for a new project began to brew. If Montrealers were so fond of English pubs, maybe they'd like to have their very own chippy.

The trio headed off to England visiting one chippy after the other, some world-renowned, before heading back to Montreal to turn their knowledge of British fare into Montreal's first Brit & Chips. Opened on McGill Street in 2010 with business crowds rushing to fill the space for an authentic taste of England.

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    AnneNonyme1
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    Tres bon fish n chip mais depuis quelque temps, les quantites ont beaucoup diminuées donc devient dispendieux pour un simple dîner.

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    Paulirvh
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    You don't go ther...

    You don't go there for the ambiance or the decoration: you go there for their fish'n chips :) they are probably the best in Mtl :) we go once a month with the team and everytime, it's all good :)

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    gourmet777
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    Substandard servi...

    Substandard service- rude waitress. Fries are nowhere near as good as they should be. Better is not authentic British. Spend you money elsewhere. Get a hamburger!

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    Vincent B
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    Excellent Fish & ...

    Excellent Fish & Chip.

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    Michael P
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    Last time for me at Brit N Chips

    Over cooked fish and chips would not recommend this restaurant ! Dry over cooked fish!

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    At Brits & Chips, fried fish lovers will not be disappointed! The McGill Street restaurant offers traditional dishes that can be found in England while adding a Montreal touch. On the menu there are five kinds of fish and even a vegetarian dish. In addition to the fish & chips, savour the pork or chicken pies, cod fritters and Tandoori popcorn shrimp.

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    And why not a little fish n' chip poutine? Sole with fries, gravy and cheese curds; it can only be a good thing.

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    Movember: moustaches for a great cause

    Movember: moustaches for a great cause

    Two Brit & Chips restaurants that excel in the art of fish ’n’ chips are offering a very special breading during the whole month of November. Part of the revenue generated by the sale of this menu item will go to the good cause of Movember. Let's head to Côte-des-Neiges or on McGill Street to have a taste!

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