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Chipper is proud to be the first and only fish and chip restaurant in Buenos Aires. We offer a fine selection of fish and chip classics, all with a gourmet twist. Menu includes deep fried fish, calamari, onion rings, prawns, mushy peas, seafood risottos, grilled seafood platters and more. Our desserts include crème brûlée, sticky toffee pudding and deep fried ice cream.
$15 - $20
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks, Late Night
Irish, International, British, Seafood
Takeout, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Delivery, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
Our first night in Buenos Aires found us wanting fish and chips (of all things).
We went around 6pm, were the first ones there (as we usually are). Ordered a couple of beers and a large order of F&Chips to share, Good food in a...More
After my bourbon-based cocktails (see previous review), I was in need for some light food. What better than fish? I had spotted a promising place earlier today but unfortunately, their kitchen hours weren’t on par with my ‘I just flew in from Europe and have...More
Tasty and in a good amount. Have to say that the fried calamari rings (rabas) were the best I've eaten so far! Salmon was ok, chips awesome and the shrimps delicious. We asked for a sauvingon blanc and couldn't be better. Worth a visit!
If you want traditional correctly cooked English fish and chips, you must visit Chipper. A simple, cute, small restaurant a la UK with fresh food and a tasty selection of fish meals with some local additions.
Being from wales its hard to find your comfort food to bring back memories of rainy days and hooligan loitering. Jessica is from Bolivia so she was very confused with the concept of fried fish. Make no mistake this is the real deal! She was...More
Whilst living in Buenos Aires for six years I went through phases of really missing a bit of food from home in the UK & Chipper became quite a regular spot to fill my homesick tummy! I was lucky that they opened the year I...More
It does traditional fish and chips and does them very well. Nice neighborhood, outside and upstairs seating. Food came relatively quick, was hot and delicious. It was clean and the staff were friendly. The Clam Chowder was excellent, and the portions were very large. I...More
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Thanks for your question. We are more of a restaurant than a pub. We put in a TV for the soccer World Cup and then took it out again once it was over. We're expanding the space and opening up 2 more floors so... More
Thanks for your question. We are more of a restaurant than a pub. We put in a TV for the soccer World Cup and then took it out again once it was over. We're expanding the space and opening up 2 more floors so anything is possible, but for now we don't have TV in place to watch the Rugby World Cup which is on now.