Food decent. Have had better finish and chips. Area very small not allowing air to circulate well. S mm ell of finish sticks to you.
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Sometimes we have a craving for an old fashioned Fish and chips, spend $7.00, a bit Greasy perhaps but soooo good. Spent $15.75, the batter was good how ever the haddock had no flavour and falls apart on your fork. The fries were fine. We...More
Good prices, good portions, great customer service! This was our first time at village fish and chips, we did take out but I’m sure eat in would be even better.
family home business since 1969 . Worked there myself for 25 years until retirement. Reasonable prices family atmosphere.
Not very friendly you feel like you are an inconvenience. The batter on the fish is not crispy just rock hard, it tastes like they use a lot of baking powder because the fish has a bitter aftertaste. The fries are under cooked, the coleslaw...More
My fish batter was very hard and did not stay on the Fish . Not very good at all under cooked fries and cheap quality
Went once for dinner as we had just moved in and it was close by. Fish and fries were so under-cooked that it was inedible. Owner seemed irritated that there was a customer at 5:45pm apparently that is too late.
I have been twice for lunch. I had Haddock and Chips first and another time I had the Halibut and Chips. Both times, the portions were the perfect bite. Homemade batter and crisply cooked without being greasy. Chips are also home-cut and not greasy. The...More
Heaven to hell in 3 easy steps. fish is now so thin it becomes dry and the batter soaks up too much of what ever oil they use now...gross. coleslaw has changed and is really tiny portion which is their large, in a large there...More