So how do you make the daggy fish and chips fashionable in the shopping strip that’s about as self-conscious as a young ballerina at her debut performance in front of parents who could care less except for her own? Cool logo… check. Display fresh produce… yup. Sell gourmet tid bits, sleek menu design uh-huh and duh.
Basically this is everything your suburban fish and chippery ain’t. Ultra cool. For all the superficial, it duly delivers. Your joint around the corner has no hope. Salt and pepper calamari could have spent more time on the paper towel, but the fried batter encapsulating the fresh fish perfectly cooked, the chips well drained and crunchy. Healthy vibrant salads and grilled or baked options for the fat conscious.
Fish and chips that ain’t daggy at all. Everyone’s doing the lines at Fish Tank.
4 / 5 yums!
Where? 20 Church St, Brighton, VIC
What? Daily catch pack $8.90, salt and pepper calamari $7.90