Brit and Chips in the old port of Montreal is a lot of the UK and a bit of Montreal. I’ve been several times and I can tell you that Brit and Chips really has something special in their batter. I only always order the fish n’ chips, but they do have more on the menu.
I have a hard time gravitating towards fish n’ chips in Montreal, so when I find a good one, I want to share. Deep fried fish is not easy to make and it’s not something you can eat everyday, so finding a good one is important. Brit and Chips takes it all a step further by adding something extra in their batter. They have a Guinness, maple syrup and an Orange Crush version, among others. The chips are heavy, and they load your basket, I have never been able to finish them.
Recently a few people have asked about fish n’ chips in Montreal, so here is my suggestion. Some gastropubs have some good fish n’ chips too, but Brit and Chips is just a bit special. I like a nice classic fish n’ chips as the fall weather kicks in, it reminds me of London.
The basket was about 12 bucks. P.S. It keeps you full for a while!
Brit n’ Chips: 433 McGill, Montreal