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If we are any where near this fish and chip shack we try to eat lunch there. These are the best fish and chips that we have found in this region. The fish is fresh , the batter light , the chips divine . Fabulous
I ate here with my child in August 2018. We usually share fish and chips in the UK and we usually share a pizza. We are not big eaters!
We had to wait half an hour, proof that it's good, but the portions were unbelievably...More
Les frites made from local potatoes, white fish more fishy than usual, lighter flavoured batter, herby salt, tomato vinegar. Genius French take on fish and chips said I - Wrong said my kids but they ate every scrap in a flash.
Was recommended to try this take away, next to the sea on Ile d'oléron, and we weren't disappointed. I'm not a fish lover but the Merlu/Hake that I had for the first time was very lightly battered and very tasty. Lots of chips, French fries,...More
2nd visit this year & not disappointed - great batter freshly prepared to order, huge portion of chips, nothing nicer than sitting overlooking the port eating freshly cooked fish & chips. very popular with the locals & French tourists alike
Cool fish'n chips, made with fresh merlu fish and local Chassiron potatoes (quite small) + huge variety of sauces. Nothing too fate here. 5 euro for the fish, extra 3 for the chips (big portion), 1,5 euro for the glass of local rosé wine (which...More
Nothing much to add to previous reviews, wonderful fish and chips that you eat on a bench just across. Always busy place. Good alternative if you don't want to sit down for a whole menu.
Desert can be found across the street at one of...More