The finest fish and chips in Edmonton

Ah, fish and chips. Crispy-on-the-outside, melt-in-your-mouth inside, deliciously beer-battered, deep fried and awesome all around. This British comfort food has found its way to Edmonton. And, it’ll definitely make you feel like you’re in jolly ol’ England. So excuse the newspaper, grab a beer and enjoy.

Atlantic Trap & Gill Pub

7704 104 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 4C5

They offer fresh, traditional east coast fare - real Atlantic cod, beer-battered and served with homemade coleslaw and fries. Add dressing and gravy for a truly yummy meal. And Sunday is the best day of the week, with all-you-can-eat fish and chips. Come with an empty stomach.

Sir Winstons Fish & Chips

10505 51 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6H 0K5

Cod, haddock, halibut and even salmon. Amazing. All of it. The fish is soft and moist, and melts in your mouth. The large portions are very filling.

The Common

9910 109 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5K 1H5

They fry up a different variety of fish and chips weekly, always tempura battered and served with grilled lemon, puréed peas and, of course, chips. The atmosphere here is different then in other chip shops; it’s a little more upper crust, but it’s definitely worth it to try something amazing.

Pans Fish & Chips

6532 28 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6L 6N3

If you’re looking for an unassuming, nothing-fancy, hole-in-the-wall, best-fish-in-the-city spot, then this is the place for you. This is definitely a diamond in the rough but it’s so good. This mom-and-pop shop is literally run by a husband-and-wife team so the diner is always busy but worth the wait.

Brits Fish & Chips

11603 104 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5K 2R1

This is the place to go for some awesome fish and chips for your family meal. Choose from cod, sole, halibut, turbot, haddock, or basa. Using only the freshest fish caught in the Atlantic or Pacific Oceans, you’re getting as close to old country fish and chips as you can get in Edmonton.

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