Fish and Chips

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Re: Fish and Chips

Post by Terry » Mon Jun 22, 2015 9:37 am

At the Lodge - we use fresh Red Snapper that Mrs. T gets from her buddy in the wet market - to order.

To avoid getting in to debates about batter - we cook the fish in Tempura flour - and bloody nice it is too.............

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Re: Fish and Chips

Post by Takiap » Mon Jun 22, 2015 11:07 am

Yep, Red Snapper is good for F & C, and yes, tempura batter is very nice as well, although if I'm honest, I should say that I generally just make my own beer batter which I then use for a few other odds and ends as well.

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Re: Fish and Chips

Post by barrys » Mon Jun 22, 2015 11:21 am

Takiap wrote:Yep, Red Snapper is good for F & C, and yes, tempura batter is very nice as well, although if I'm honest, I should say that I generally just make my own beer batter which I then use for a few other odds and ends as well.

The two are not mutually exclusive.
You can make tempura batter using soda water to make it light and airy and beer - it works very well.

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Re: Fish and Chips

Post by StevePIraq » Thu Nov 12, 2015 11:22 am

With the continual change of ownership and opening and closing of restaurants, my last place has closed down so now where is the best Fish and Chips which is still open
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Re: Fish and Chips

Post by Pagey » Thu Nov 12, 2015 12:38 pm

It's difficult enough to find anywhere that does chips and not french fries let alone a decent white fish fillet.
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Re: Fish and Chips

Post by oakdale160 » Fri Jan 27, 2017 5:04 am

Big Boy, you must be feeling proud--best chippie of the year in Plymouth, have you tasted their F & C?

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Re: Fish and Chips

Post by Big Boy » Fri Jan 27, 2017 7:29 am

I wasn't, but no, I don't think they existed in my day.

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Re: Fish and Chips

Post by dpd2 » Fri Jan 27, 2017 8:42 pm

Had fish and chips tonight at May's Kitchen. Near Marwin Pool Villas on the road off Pala u Road towards the new immigration building. It is in the row of shophouses before the one next to Marwin Villas. Mushy peas, nice crispy batter and good fish. The owner is from Manchester so you could have traditional gravy with your chips and also has Chinese chip shop curry sauce. 189 baht well spent. They also do 99 baht breakfasts,( along with lots of other things ) I noticed but haven't tried them so can't comment.

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Re: Fish and Chips

Post by Farang » Sat Apr 08, 2017 1:07 am

One visited with one's friends May's Kitchen the other night. Both Vindaloo and F&C were really, really good. One means really good! The price was better than good, staff very friendly and the place nice and clean.

One shall visit there soon again.
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Re: Fish and Chips

Post by HHTel » Sat Apr 08, 2017 9:07 pm

I've just returned from May's. My mother and I went specifically for the fish and chips based on many recommendations. I couldn't find fault which was a little disappointing (we all like a good moan). I agree 100% with the previous posters. The Fish and Chips were all they were said to be including mushy peas. Even a choice of vinegar, Sarson's or Heinz!!! Home made tartar sauce etc etc. The batter was really crispy and a good meaty fish. My mother purports to be a connoisseur and after spending 3 months a year for the past 20 years here, she's put this at the top of her list.
Can't comment on the other food but I will try their indian dishes the next time I'm there.
Thoroughly recommend a visit.

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