Their fish sandwich consist of two fillets of premium wild-caught Alaska cod, a slice of American cheese and Thousand Island on a toasted bun.
After the first bite, I had to immediately give into the fact that this was one of the better fish sandwiches around town. The fish was excellent. I loved the batter surrounding the fish which was thin and crispy but provided a nice crunch. The fish itself was light, flaky and not that greasy. It was fried about as perfectly as you could get.
It tasted great with the Thousand Island dressing being a nice touch to add to the whole experience.
Through all my fish sandwich travels so far, I’d have to put Freddy’s Frozen Custard up there with Popeye’s as my favorites. Where to next?
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