Icelandic Fish & Chips (CLOSED)
Time Out says
Pescatarians are having a good time of it recently, with fish-focused newcomers like Gloria and Simply Hooked having debuted in Manhattan this spring. This Reykjavík, Iceland, import from Erna Kaaber jumps into those waters, spotlighting sustainably sourced fish fried in spelt batter and served with a choice of crispy potatoes or mango salad, among other dishes. What distinguishes the Icelandic fish-and-chips from the more well-known British variety is the dipping sauce: The signature Skyronnes accompaniment is made from skyr, a healthier alternative to the usual mayonnaise-based sauce, and comes in flavors like chili, tsatsiki and tartar.
28 Seventh Ave South
|Cross street:||between Bedford and Leroy Sts|
|Price:||Average main course: $20|
|Opening hours:||Daily noon-midnight|
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