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Posted by Anonymous on 10/16/2013
I live in the neighborhood and really wanted to love this place but unfortunately it turned out to be a tremendous disappointment. We ordered fish and chips that were charred on one side and on top of a bed of greasy and limp truffle fries. The Po Boy was greasy as well. The tacos were good but not worth going back for considering the rest of the disappointing meal. When one of the employees asked how things were, we pointed out the burned and greasy elements of our food and he shrugged his shoulders and said the kitchen was closing and did we want anything else? For $48.00, you are better off going elsewhere.
Posted by Snucky on 08/12/2013
Grilled tilapia taco was the best!! I would not eat fish taco anywhere else. I ordered 3 of them and could have some more. Free parking is a big plus in Chicago.
Posted by walt bruce on 06/08/2012
yes it is very casual. But the food is excellent very approachable no waiters with attitude here. just quick service with some very tastey food. it is not cheap. it's the best quality available however is very fairly priced have been going there since they opened. Great cod and fried oysters, also soft shell crabs. very accomadating and friendly staff. Can't say enough. Wish you all the best.
Posted by Joe on 04/12/2012
My son eats here at least once a week and I joined him last week. The fish tacos were amazing and the truffle fries are killer! I'm going back today for the fish and chips. This place is a winner!
Posted by anonymous on 01/15/2012
I am also british and I agree this is simply the best chippy in chicago, forget Duke of perth forget the gage ...this is the best.
Posted by anonymous on 01/08/2012
The new trend is apparently to call your hamburger stand a gourmet place and then charge outrageous prices for at best mediocre food. The food was average at best, and we spent $40 for a squid po' boy (chewy and tough), a porkbelly po boy (so greasy we tasted in the next day) truffle friest (greasy, soggy, soft and luke-warm) and a gyros taco (anemic meat amount). And that was $40. Will never go back. This town has too many good places with better prices, and food that really does taste good. Also will never again trust Guy Fieri's show. He is now 0 for 2 in my book, the other being the Italian deli on s. Michigan. Both we regrettable, and very much so.
Posted by cat lady on 10/15/2011
I love fish. I had their shrimp po boy--absolutely to die for--large shrimp which was deep fried and extremely tasty. My only complaint is there are no tables. Fun to watch your food being prepared. Everyone was friendly. Highly recommend.