The whole idea for finding the best Fish n’ Chips in Copenhagen came about back in 2011 when one of my friends was talking about some great Fish n’ Chips she had eaten one of her travels. I then started craving the Fish n’ Chips we used to have on our way home from the pub in New Zealand and wanted to figure out if there was any good place in Copenhagen that served something down those lines. We managed to try eight different places before I stopped working in Copenhagen, and as I now live my life only on the Swedish side of the bridge, the quest to find the best Fish n’ Chips have now moved to Malmö!
According to Wikipedia Fish n’ Chips
is a popular take-away food that originated in the United Kingdom in 1858 or 1863. It typically consists of battered (or sometimes breadcrumbed) fish (traditionally cod or in Australia, flake, but sometimes haddock or plaice), which is deep-fried and accompanied by deep-fried ‘slab-cut’ chips.
I don’t think I really care what fish it is made of, as long as it taste good, but maybe it might be worth keeping track to see if a pattern emerges.
The grading of the Fish n’ Chips will be executed as follows;
- The fish will be graded on crispness, flavour and the texture of the fish.
- The chips will be graded on crispness and flavour.
- The sauce will be graded on the taste.
|Fish n’ Chips||Points||Price||SEK|
|1.||Green Lion||24,5||Nya Tröls Bar & Restaurang||159,00|
|2.||Nya Tröls Bar & Restaurang||23,3||Green Lion||169,00|
|Fish n’ Chips||Points||Price||DKK|
|1.||Bishop Arms||31,7||Kødbyens Deli||60,00|
|2.||Sankt Nikolai Pub – Revisited||31,0||Streckers||69,00|
|4.||Kødbyens Fiskebar||27,5||The Irish Rover||99,00|
|5.||The Globe||24,3||Sankt Nikolai Pub||99,00|
|6.||Sankt Nikolai Pub||23,5||Kødbyens Fiskebar||100,00|
|7.||The Irish Rover||23,0||Sankt Nikolai Pub – Revisited||149,00|
|8.||Kødbyens Deli||21,7||Bishop Arms||149,00|
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