Where to Find the Best Fish N’ Chips in Ottawa
Location: 2193 Richardson Side Rd
Experience the traditions of an authentic British pub right here in Ottawa. This pub is a staple in the sub-city of Carp, offering British inspired dishes and many pub classics. Select from one or two sizable pieces of Haddock fish, beer battered and served with fries, coleslaw and tartar sauce. They also have a lengthy beer menu, with local options from across Ontario.
The restaurant is open indoors, as well as their patio with tents and heaters. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to order takeout.
Location: 113 Old Mill Rd
Located in an old mill in the sub-city of Ashton, you’ll find this authentic English pub, brewing pub ales on site. Ashton creates a variety of craft beers including an amber ale, cream ale, stout and seasonals. Enjoy your pint with your fish n’ chips, created in their own beer batter. Choose between haddock or perch. They carry other seafood dishes and English classic as well, including ‘Bangers and Mashed.’
Location: Parked at 2265 Robertson Rd
This gourmet seafood truck offers fish n’ chips and other seafood dishes daily. Parked at Kichesippi Brewery, you’re able to grab food at the truck and enjoy a beer on the outdoor patio. Food is prepared on site and on the spot when you order from their window. Menu changes daily; check Instagram or twitter ahead of ordering.
Locations: 231 Elgin St / 430 Bank St / 1084 Wellington St W / 504a Kent St
These Ottawa establishments are known for their freshly shucked oysters, and offer much more. Beyond seafood restaurants, The Whalesbone group includes a retail outlet, an online shop and a catering company. Find Fish n’ Chips on the menu at each location.
The Elgin Street and Elmdale (Wellington St W) locations are currently open for dine in and takeout. The Elgin Street location also has an outdoor patio (opening soon!). Bank Street location closed under further notice.
Locations: 3161 Strandherd Dr / 67 Clarence St / 353 B Preston St / 62 William St
If you’re looking for an Irish welcome in Ottawa, including pub fare, live music and a range of drinks, check out the Heart and Crown pubs. With four locations in the city, each one has Fish n’ Chips on the menu. This beer battered haddock comes with tartar sauce, coleslaw and fresh-cut chips. This meal is also a Mealshare item at all locations! This means that when you order the fish n’ chips here, they provide a healthy meal to a youth in need.
Location: 1500 Bank St
Dine in, order takeout or shop fresh seafood, from this family owned community hub in Ottawa. You’ll find some of the city’s best seafood here including meals such as pan seared scallops, seafood spaghetti, lobster poutine, tuna tartare and of course fish n’ chips! Choose from beer battered or panko crusted, haddock or halibut fish. Served with fries and coleslaw.
Locations: 44 Sparks St / 675 Kirkwood Ave / 655 Terry Fox Dr
A local chain of festive Irish pubs in Ottawa, you’ll find a mix of standard pub food and Irish favourites on the menu, with a variety of drink options. You can enjoy live music, as well as outdoor patio seating at all locations. Their fish n’ chips are made with their made-in-pub beer battered cod, served with coleslaw, fries and their signature sauce. They offer a family fish n’ chips bundle; four pieces of cod with sides for $35.99.
Location: 5544 Manotick Main St
The traditional comforts of a British pub, in the heart of Manotick. They have adaptations of classic pub meals along with signature dishes. Once the evening hits on weekends, you’ll often be able to enjoy live music here. Fish n’ chips are battered and served with fries, coleslaw and homemade tartar sauce. They also serve ‘fish bites’, an appetizer version of this classic British dish.
Location: 284 Elgin St
A casual, lively pub atmosphere with an outdoor patio and the largest beer selection of draft beer in Centretown. They offer weekend brunch, and their kitchen is open late. The fish n’ chips is Atlantic haddock, breaded in their handmade batter, served with tartar sauce and shoestring fries.
Locations: 1 Beechwood Ave / 318 Bank St / 6160 Hazeldean Rd / and more
An Ottawa local pub since 1980, they now have 12 locations across Ottawa and 2 in Whitby. Each location has their own vibe and amenities; such as a patio, TVs and/or fire pits. They offer a diverse menu including vegetarian and gluten-free options. Their fish n’ chips is prepared in house daily, including fries, coleslaw and tartar sauce. Choose between haddock and halibut. The Friday special is $1 off fish n’ chips, and they also have an early bird special from 2-4pm.
Location: 6081 Hazeldean Rd, Unit 1010
This taste of Scotland has been in the Stittsville neighbourhood since 1988. It is still family owned and operated, with their specialty being none other than fish n’ chips. The ‘fish supper’, as they call it, provides you with options of how to enjoy your fish. Choose from 6 choices; battered, beer battered, breaded, pan seared, Cajun breaded or lemon pepper. Various side selections as well.
Location: 356 Richmond Rd
Churchill’s is a casual pub, with a rooftop patio located in the heart of Westboro. Among the selection of pub fare is fish n’ chips. Haddock fish battered in Pabst Blue Ribbon beer served with coleslaw, fresh cut fries and chipotle tartar sauce. Available for indoor and patio dining, or call for takeout.