Foodies in Paris, who’s in for some freshly fish, home made tartar sauce, French fries and lemon zest?
A. Noste, for the tartar sauce and the newspaper
In this South-Eastern tapas bar & restaurant, located between Opéra and Bourse, meat platters, BBQ pork ribs, fried calamri or grilled tuna are not the only players here. A. Noste serves a rare ray fish and chips (14€), wrapped in a newspaper! Combined with a delicious signature light tartar sauce. Where? 6bis Rue du 4 Septembre, 75002.
Fich, for the fresh healthy touch and the home made lemonade
Your trendy and healthy spot for a fish and chips. On the very busy boulebard Beaumarchais, Fich (Fi for fish, Ch for chips) is a small design and creative shop changes its fish every day, based on the catch at the market. The fish is accompanied by sweet potatoe fries. Match your dish with a fresh home made lemonade. Where? 89 Boulevard Beaumarchais, 75003.
The Sunken Chip, for the British authenticity and the mushy peas
The Sunken Chip was the first fish and chip shop in Paris. Started in the Summer of 2013, the crew of The Sunken Chip provides the freshest fish (white fish, haddock, catch of the day), delivered each day, with true thick cut English Chips and thei famous mushy peas! Eat in or take your fish and chips away to eat at the water’s edge of the Canal Saint-Martin. 12€. Where? , 36 rue des Vinagriers, 75010
Coffee Club Paris, for the fresh vegetables and American atmosphere
In your trendsetting and healthy American canteen on the Left Bank, where food matches every taste, from organic foodie to burger freaks, from kdis to grown ups, the fish and chips is an essential. 17€. More about the venue in our article. Where? 87 rue d’Assas 75006.
Les Triplettes, for the tempura cooked cod and sunbathed terrace
Sometimes, it’s in the most unexpected place you find the most outstanding things, like Les Triplettes de Belleville’s cod fish and chips (tempura cooked), in a restaurant (freshly renovated) more famous for its touristic name and its sunny terrace than for its creative cuisine. This is now over. Where? 102 rue de Belleville, 75020
Johana’s, for the British family business
The home-made fish and chips here is a killer, wether it is cod or hake, the fish is soft, the crust crispy! Plus it’s a Brit family business (Johana and her family) and it’s a tiny trendy canteen. Add the delicious mushy peas on the side and Johana’s is a must stop in center Paris for fish & chips lovers and homesick Brits! Facebook Page
When? Everyday from 12pm to 3pm and 7pm to 10pm. Where? 30 rue saint-sauveur, 75002 Paris.
Where: The Sunken Chip, Rue des Vinaigriers, Paris, France
Metro: Jacques Bonsergent (Line 5)