The Sunken Chip

Restaurant The Sunken Chip in ParisThe Sunken Chip (Paris)

Le Guide Fooding’s Best finger-lickin’ good spot of 2014

When Brits contemplate the waves, they often see an ocean of fries where more-or-less greasy, crispy fried fish swim around. Not James Whelan (ex-Roseval), who does away with prejudice at his tiny shop with wooden benches and long tables, right near the Canal Saint Martin. His fish & chips are made with a light breading and line-caught fish (black pollack, hake, squid and smoked haddock) and crispy fries, served with bewitching sides: homemade lemony mayo and refreshing minty peas. And they’ve got something special for little sailors: delicious monkfish nuggets. To drink, there’s English Newcastle Brown Ale or French Gallia beer. And for dessert? A divine lemon curd. Set menu options €16.50 to €20, kids menu €10. // R.de.C.

Getting there

Restaurant The Sunken Chip
39, rue des Vinaigriers
Paris
(75010)
France
48.8730461
2.36169
TEL: +33 1 53 26 74 46
Subway: République, Jacques Bonsergent, Gare de l'Est