fish and chips


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fish and chips

pl.n.
Fried fillets of fish and French-fried potatoes.

fish and chips

n
(Cookery) fish fillets coated with batter and deep-fried, eaten with potato chips

fish′ and chips′


n.pl.
fried fish fillets and French fries.
[1875–80]
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Noun1.fish and chips - fried fish and french-fried potatoes
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
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The only criteria that the chippies we included had to meet was that they must sell classic fish and chips that you can take away and enjoy on the beach.
The only criterion that the chippies we included had to meet was that they must sell classic fish and chips that you can take away and enjoy on the beach.
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| 240, Longmoor Lane, Liverpool Yanni's traditional fish and chips IF YOU go to Yanni's, then you've just got to get the fish and chips.
Based on Great Howard Street, the takeaway serves much more than just fish and chips, but due to it being set back, many motorists may have drove past without even realising it was there.
GA fish and chip supper has become an Easter tradition, evolving from the Catholic practice of abstaining from meat on Good Friday, and queues out of the door of chippies are a common sight as the bank holiday weekend begins.
Whickham'sThe Woodmans Arms is up for Best Foodservice Operator Award, open to outlets where fish and chips are included on the menu but is not the core offering -- including pubs, restaurants, leisure outlets, cafes and hotels.
"As part of the judging process, each shop is carefully assessed on a variety of elements including: sustainable sourcing policies, menu development and innovation, staff training policies and processes and wider marketing and promotional activity and techniques - and of course the quality of fish and chips on offer and the levels of customer service provided by staff."
The top 60 shops are judged on more than just the fish and chips. Sustainability, menu innovation, catering for special dietary requirements, customer service and marketing are all part of the package of what makes these shops the best in the country.