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Best fish and chips in SLC

The following are some of my personal favorite fish and chip preparations around the Wasatch Front. As a passport-holding Brit, take it from me, I have several strong opinions about this particular dish.

Slapfish - fish and chips
Slapfish – fish and chips


When I stopped by the Sandy location of this boutique brand in the Spring of 2024 to check out some seasonal specials – I was blown away by the restaurant’s fish and chips. The star of the show is the beer batter, a gossamer thin and light with a sharp crackle and snap. The interior cod remains plenty juicy and flaky too. On the side, seasoned fries are a must. The laser sharp tartare sauce goes a long way to cutting through this hefty freid plate too.

Sandy – 10431 S State St, Sandy, UT 84070
Lehi – 3320 Digital Dr, Lehi, UT 84043
Farmington – 254 N University Ave, Farmington, UT 84025
Park City – 6622 N Landmark Dr, Park City, UT 84098

TY Fish & Chips
TY Fish & Chips

TY Fish & Chips

With all the recent food trends in the city (ramen, hot pot, Italian beef and more) here’s one Blighty heart hopes will take hold – a unique location to get your fish and chip game on. TY is the work of Ty Hoang and the menu features an intersting spin on the British staple. A signature tartar sauce is quickly followed by Asian twists: mango curry, honey wasabi, miso garlic and lemon sweet chili. You might know Hoang already, as the co-founder of Chopfuku.

9411 S 700 E, Sandy, UT 84070
(385) 274-2760

Grid City - fish and chips
Grid City – fish and chips

Grid City Beer Works

Catfish is battered in thick crunchy, rewarding batter at this South Salt Lake craft brewer. The fries are skin-on, even the ketchup is homemade. The only real choice is deciding what to drink from the range of fab brews. See our full profile on Grid City here.

333 2100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84115
(801) 906-8390

Current Fish And Oyster - fish and chips
Current Fish And Oyster – fish and chips

Current Fish And Oyster

At this downtown seafood mecca, you’ll find plenty of classic seafood preparations, including this great ale battered rockfish rendition. The fish comes with thicker fries with a good chew plus two outstanding dips – a remoulade, and tartar sauce. The spicy slaw is a bonus extra.

279 E 300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
(801) 326-3474

Hopkins Brewing - fish and chips
Hopkins Brewing – fish and chips

Hopkins Brewing

This trio of deep-fried cod pieces is courtesy of the Sugar House microbrewery. The dish isn’t always available but when it is, it’s worth a look in. It’s slightly pricey at $18 but the fish isn’t overcooked and the batter is rewardingly crisp. The sides of tartar and fry sauce should put a smile on everyone’s face.

1048 E 2100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84106
(385) 528-3275

Avenues Proper - fish and chips
Avenues Proper – fish and chips

Avenues Proper

Up in the Avenues, you’ll find this great little gastro-pub with more than one nod to classic English grub. Avenues Proper serves up a dish using cod, house tartar sauce, and thicker-cut fries.

376 8th Ave, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
(385) 227-8628

London Belle - fish and chips
London Belle – fish and chips

London Belle

New for downtown SLC in 2018 is this trendy new bar/restaurant on Main Street. The above fish and chips offers two large pies of lager battered rock snapper. On the side you’ll find pepper cabbage slaw, roasted Serrano chili tartar, grilled lemon, and house fries.

321 Main St, Salt Lake City, UT 84111, USA
(801) 363-8888

Porcupine Pub & Grille - Alaskan halibut fish and chips
Porcupine Pub & Grille – Alaskan halibut fish and chips

Porcupine Pub & Grille

Alaskan halibut is the centerpiece for this popular pub’s rendition of the classic dish. Porcupine cut their fish fresh in-house before battering in a Hefeweizen beer batter.

258 1300 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
(801) 582-5555

Who did we miss?

If you think we’re missing a really great addition to this list, please email us at – we’d love to hear from you. Let us know who you think should be on this list and why. If you have a really great picture of one of more dishes, please send that too! We’re always excited to check our more businesses!

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