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Brit Roadfood Comes to Brooklyn Wed, 10/31/12 7:43 AM (permalink)
A new British "chip shop" ("chips" are what Brits call french fries) has opened in Park Slope with a batter fried breakfast sandwich that's supposed to be good for hang-overs.  From the Daily Mail.....

The deep fry-up: New York chip shop owner creates 1,200 calorie battered sandwich with a full English breakfast filling

The calorific breakfast contains white bread, bacon, egg and mushroom encased in chip shop batter
This creation is being served in a British chippy in the heart of New York
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Park Slope Chip Shop
383 5th Ave (@ 6th St)
The “British invasion” comes to Brooklyn via this “divey” pub-food duo decorated with “’80s punk memorabilia” and dispensing “cardiologist-disapproved” items like “killer fish ’n’ chips” and “seriously deep-fried” candy bars; “homesick Brits” dub it “bloody wonderful.”
At a glance: mac and cheese · mars bars · bangers and mash · shepherds pie ·macaroni and cheese


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    Re:Brit Roadfood Comes to Brooklyn Wed, 10/31/12 7:08 PM (permalink)
    I think my aorta just punched me after I read this!  Should I try it, should I not?  Decisions, decisions...

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      Re:Brit Roadfood Comes to Brooklyn Sun, 11/4/12 2:03 PM (permalink)
      ^^you should try it! Bring your camera & let us know how it went!!

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        Re:Brit Roadfood Comes to Brooklyn Mon, 11/5/12 8:03 PM (permalink)
        The Chip Shop in Park Slope has been open for a while, at least 5 or 6 years. There's a Chip Shop on Atlantic Avenue in Cobble Hill/Brooklyn Heights also. I haven't been to either in a few years. I liked the fried Mac and Cheese there. The fish and chips are very good, but my ex-girlfriend talked me out of ever again eating the fish there because the fish varieties they use (Cod, Haddock, Plaice) are not sustainable. Oh well. The beer selection is good also.
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