Are you searching for those perfect fish and chips in the Sacramento Area? We’ve compiled a list of the best fish and chip spots just for you! So get that tartar sauce ready, and check it out
Fox & Goose
1001 R Street
Opened in 1975, it’s a downtown institution that serves myriad beers on tap, with an emphasis toward English ales and complementary cuisine. Its relaxing atmosphere attracts a regular local crowd for the live music and open mic nights. But as much as it’s frequented by English pub enthusiasts for its beer choices, it’s equally well-known for its Fish & chips which is deep-fried with their special beer batter. Go ahead, check it out!
2004 Captiol Ave.
A midtown mainstay for more than two decades, Rubicon Brewing combines uniquely styled beer with an extensive menu. Customers rave over the all-you-can-eat fish and chips, which is always cooked to perfection, so it’s easy to understand why there are good daily crowds. Of course, fine beer doesn’t hurt — Goldfinger to Ol’ Moe Porter to Monkey Knife Fight Pale Ale. It all adds up to an ideal mix for small business owners, government employees, students and the neighborhood crowd. Check it out!
Streets Of London
1804 J Street
A classic English pub. Soccer and rugby telecasts all the time and the same goes for the active darts boards. Its motto is a “Full Bar, Full Menu, Indoor and Outdoor.” It’s a high-profile location with a lively crowd. Regulars rave over the fish and chips that are available for both lunch and dinner. The entrée is available in a half or full size, so be sure to bring your appetite. Also, happy hour is 4-6 p.m. daily.
An eclectic environment with earthy menu items and helpful staff is what sets the Tower Café apart from the pack. The sangria alone is reason enough to stop with clients. A staple for many, Tower Café’s Fish and Chips is certain to knock your socks off. Customers rave over the fish cooked to perfection, as well as the crispy, perfectly seasoned chips.