Fish 'n' Chips Halifax
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Fish ‘n Chips at Tin Pan Alley

Tin Pan Alley 1990 Barrington St, Halifax (Scotia Square Food Court) Rating: Right Some Good! (Rating Scale: WTF, Meh, Good, Some Good, Right Some Good!) Tin Pan Alley is a food-truck-turned-food-court-kiosk (themed after a food truck) in Scotia Square Mall, which is itself basically a glorified food court. Still with me? The speciality here is Dutch-style frites, fashionably served with […]

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Fish n’ Chips at Pleasant St. Diner

Pleasant Street Diner was opened earlier this year in Woodside, by brothers Tommy and Stephen Fatouros, sons of Fotis Fatouros, who was once the co-owner and face of John’s Lunch. You probably know John’s Lunch either as “the best fish n’ chips in Canada“, or conversely, “not even the best fish n’ chips in Dartmouth” as Halifax ReTales would say. Diners must reconcile these accolades […]

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Fish ‘n Chips at Gazoo’s

Gazoo’s Take-Out 5361 Marine Dr, Porters Lake, NS Rating: 6.5/10 A while back I ventured to Gaetz Brook for what would be a failed chowder mission, and ended up in Porter’s Lake eating fish ‘n chips at Gazoo’s. Gazoo’s Take-Out is just a little shack on the side of the road, with picnic tables and parking. It is a seasonal […]

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Return to John’s Lunch

John’s Lunch 352 Pleasant St, Dartmouth, NS Rating: 5/10 When I first started questing for the best fish ‘n’ chips in Halifax, the famous John’s Lunch was my first stop. You can read my 2013 review here in which I wasn’t all that impressed. Now that I’ve tried fish ‘n’ chips from 14 other places around Nova Scotia, I decided it […]

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