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An offer you can't refuse: traditional, English-style fish-and-chips shop run by British expats, serving cod, haddock, halibut and salmon with thick, house-cut chips. Monday is all-you-can-eat night, and worth the drive. Also worth the drive are the steak-and-kidney and chicken-and-mushroom pies, as well as the pineapple fritters (fried pineapple rings). Makes for a perfect palate-cleanser. Forget Pete's, Turk's, and all the rest. The Codfather beats them all.
This is a really great restaurant for English fish and chips. You walk in and the Union Jack is everywhere. There is a map of the UK and Ireland, a time-line of the Kings and Queens of England, and there's even a picture of her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. The food is great. In addition to the fish and chips you can also order English favorites like Shepard's Pie and Bangers and Mashers. The staff are really friendly and prices are reasonable.
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Finally, someone who knows and loves our beloved Gadus morhua better than we do! That's cod, dude, the tasty bottom feeder of the deep blue sea, and we enjoy its flaky-white flesh better than that of haddock, salmon or even halibut. And the guy we trust to fry us up a proper mess of fish and chips, just like you'll get in Merry Ol' England, is British expat Mark Briner, who along with wife Ruth and son Jordan runs The Codfather chip shop in sometimes merry Fountain Hills. Paterfamilias... More »
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