Let's have a chinwag over a jolly good basket of fish n' chips. If you've ever been to England you have definitely indulged in delicious fish n' chips and you are longing for the same taste again. Ottawa has some great restaurants and pubs that will serve you some fantastic fish n' chips similar to the authentic English meal.\nFish n' chips are the perfect comfort food for a summer day. Who wouldn't like battered, deep fried fish with fries on the side? Seriously if you know someone who doesn't, you don't need them in your life.\nThese 7 Ottawa restaurants will take you straight to England:\nvia @magic.mimi\nCat's Fish & Chips // 319 Saint Laurent Boulevard\nPerfect place to go if you're craving delicious beer battered fish n' chips. Cat's Fish & Chips also does pick up and delivery if you'd prefer to stay home and indulge!\nvia @busygirlhealth\nLapointe Seafood Grill // Multiple Locations\nIf you're looking for fried fish n' chips or any other seafood dish Lapointe is for you. They serve a wide range of seafood dishes and their fish is fresh from their seafood store.\nvia @ottyaaa\nPelican Seafood Market & Grill // 1500 Bank Street\nThis cute gem on Bank Street is perfect for a dinner date. Four daily deliveries of fish ensure the fish is fresh throughout the day!\nvia @warby_ottawafoodies\nThe Glen Scottish Pub & Restaurant // 6081 Hazeldean Rd.\nThis pub lets you customize your fish n' chips just the way you like them. If you're in Stittsville and you're craving fish n' chips this is the place to go.\n@onedadranting\nCoasters Seafood Grill // 54 York Street\nIn the heart of the ByWard Market, Coasters Seafood Grill serves delicious fish n' chips. It's also a great place to go for some cute rustic instas!\nvia @warsaw_andy\nOCCO Kitchen // Multiple Locations\nOCCO Kitchen is a great place to go for a dinner with friends. They have options for all, from delicious fish n' chips to yummy tacos.\nvia @ottawafoodblog\nThe Aulde Dubliner & Pour House // 62 William Street\nThis Irish Pub is a great place to sit back, have a beer, enjoy fish n' chips, and watch the Sens game. This pub must be visited while you're in the ByWard market.