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One of the best orders of fish and chips in Seattle is actually a 35-minute ferry ride away on Bainbridge Island at Proper Fish. This spot was formerly known as Nosh, a phenomenal food truck in the city that served British-style pub food. The best thing about Proper Fish, though, is how enormous these entire filets of fried fish are - they’re around a foot long, with a beer-battered crunch better than any state fair could achieve. That, plus tasty minted peas, thick-cut fries, and delicious tartar sauce, and there’s plenty of reasons why we’d hop on a huge boat to get to these fish and chips.
Maybe you’d rather have your fish battered in beer instead of served cold and raw, and that’s where you can count on Proper Fish on Bainbridge Island. This spot serves British-style fish and chips as well as other things like lobster rolls, fish sandwiches, fried oysters, and lobster poutine. Their cod with thick fried potatoes are perfect for dunking in tartar sauce while watching Netflix.