Brooklyn >Food & Dining > Village Chip Shop Llc
383 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1121540.670823 -73.984758
Monday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Friday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Park Slope
Great Food – Friendly staff , We had the eat a 3 course meal for 2 it came with an app., entree, desert. I recommend the deep fried Twinkie bar. Price was right & the atmosphere was awesome. Must say we just arrived from Florida & maybe 2hrs after we landed they got our service & our bussness.
Worst Service EVER!!! – I have lived in New York for over 4 years, and have never, ever been treated with the level of disrespect my boyfriend and I received from the waitress and supposed owner of this place. We came in about 15 minutes before closing and asked if they were still serving. They said yes, and before we ordered, we verified that we would have enough time to order food and a beer and not be rushed. The waitress said yes, if we "hurried up and ordered." That should've been our first indicator. We ate the greasy food quickly and before we had even finished, they gave us the bill, which we paid promptly. After the waitress got her money (+ a 20% tip), she told us we had to leave because they were closing up. I had 1/3 of my beer left! It had been less than 30 minutes since we arrived and she was forcefully kicking us out! We told her we had asked before we sat down if we would have time to sit and eat, and her response now was nothing but rude and indignant. Absolutely no respect. The food was definitely not worth the trouble, and this woman's attitude will make us NEVER return. People like that should simply not be in the restaurant business or be allowed to interact with the public.
Amazing what tastes better fried – This is definitely the place to take people from out of town, get them a deep-fried Twix or twice-fried cherry pie. I love the food here. Unfortunately, it's cash only so I never rarely think to go there. Also, I've notice that if I eat a lot of this beer-battered pub-food I'll feel pretty awful for the rest of the day. And I wouldn't say I'm a fried-food light-weight either, I'm from New Orleans and every Wednesday is deep-fried seafood night in my apartment. You got to try this place, just don't make yourself sick!
Best fish and chips around-like we are back in the London – Had an very positive experience at the Bay Ridge Restauraunt. Fish batter was crunchy and the fish tasty and fried to perfection. Chips (fries) were moist and well done, the way I like them. Teddy can make you feel right at home. Don't be put off by english humor its part of the experience! Lighten up and enjoy..............
Bloody good melt in your mouth fish sandwich – I am not drawn to fish sandwiches, but I came in here with my son and ate a great fish sandwich. I stayed away from the fried twinkie, but maybe I will come back. It is worth the trip. The fries (chips) were very good too!
Disappointed – I'm a Brit and I've wanted to visit this place for a long time now. I finally went tonight. The food is as good as you would get in an average fish and chip place in the UK. Not great but not bad. I was expecting a little better based upon all the hype. What soured the experiece for me was the service. I wondered if the moody waitress was doing it for effect, but no, she was just plain moody. No credit cards was annoying. I handed over $80 for a $62 check, only to get the "do you want change" response. I gather that the place was better in its early days, so I guess I was a few years late. Brits, if you live close by, fair enough, but I wouldn't recomment doing what I did and that's to drive an hour to get what I had hoped to be a better experience.
A top gaff. I shall return. – Excellent all around. Good prices and authentic tasty food. A couple of pointers to my American friends: (1) English "chips" are supposed to be moist in the center and even bend in the middle if you were to pick one up and hold it horizontally. And they are delicious. (2) As for fried mars bars and the like, those are a Scottish invention (they fry everything). Not to my taste, but my granny was Scottish so whatever.
I'm all in – Shepherds Pie with Mac 'n Cheese instead of Mashed Potatoes... Yes. Please.
Also? The dessert menu is proof that anything is better when it has been battered and deep fried. Think more funnel cake than KFC.
Best fish and chips in the City – It's absolutely worth a trip to Brooklyn from Manhattan for these fish and chips and a pint. Very authentic!
Rude Staff, Indifferent maneagement. – Went there on a Sunday afternoon for a couple pints and some good food. The food was not so great and the service mediocre. Then we were highly insulted by a member of the staff. I will never go back and wouldn't reccomend it for anyone.
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