The Park Slope ChipShop
Mon-Thu, noon-10pm; Fri-Sat, noon-11pm; Sun, 11am-10pm
Nearby Subway Stops
F, G, R at Fourth Ave.-9th St.; R at Union St.
- Brunch - Weekend
- Kids' Menu
- Online Ordering
- Reservations Not Required
- Beer and Wine Only
15th St. to Union St., Prospect Park West to Third Ave.
- Order Delivery with seamless.com
The Union Jack’s flown proud on Fifth Avenue since 2001, when ChipShop’s owners parked their flag-bedecked Cooper Mini at the “kerb” and opened for deep-fried, crisp-crusted business. What began as a kitschy novelty shop, showcasing fish fingers, meat pies, and deep-fried Mars bars, has evolved into a cozy neighborhood haunt, with a full British menu, including classic fare like bangers and mash and the sturdy ploughman’s lunch, complete with English Stilton or Cheddar. Walls are painted Coleman’s mustard yellow and decorated with the requisite Brit regalia. Intrepid diners can try deep-fried pizza and macaroni and cheese, served with fine, crisp-outside and powdery-within chips. Splashed with malt vinegar and liberally salted, they’re a sublime transport all their own.Extra
Weekend mornings, the ChipShop offers a full English breakfast, kippers and all, including a Hangover Special for the hungry, bleary set. Or, keep the party going with one of ChipShop’s draught beers, served in twenty-ounce English pints.
Early Bird Special
Mon.—Thu., 4 p.m.—6:30 p.m.; 20 percent off select dishes.
Battered cod and chips, $12; cod and salmon fishcakes with parsley sauce and chips, $10.50; baked beans on toast, $5.50
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