817 Bridgeway, Sausalito CA 94965 (See Map Below)
Neighborhood: Downtown Sausalito (Ferry Pier). No website. Metered street parking and city lots nearby.
|Fish and Chips of Sausalito did not appear in the Top 10 on any of the OurSausalito.com Best Restaurants in Sausalito lists for Autumn, 2016.|
Fish and Chips of Sausalito
Chef Isaac Lappert spent time working at Fish and Chips a couple of years ago, and we got a tip from a friend that he had made a number of big changes to the menu that were worth checking out. We stopped by for lunch, and our friend was right: what was previously a fast food place now has a cafe-style menu with a darn nice Lappert’s ice cream counter. We’ve eaten here occasionally for years because the fish and chips were tasty and good value for the money, and these changes make it a more frequent stop on our lunch wanderings.
Isaac has now bought his own place north of Sausalito (sounds like they have polar bears there, huh?) but the new menu he installed here remains, as do other improvements. Panini and sandwiches grace the menu, as well as a variety of hamburgers and cheeseburgers. Their signature fish and chips are even better than before, as good as some we’ve paid a lot more to order at some swankier local places. We’ve always had pleasant service here, and we eat anonymously around town, so when it’s one of us across the counter we get treated the same as everyone else.
We like these stories where a chef makes a lasting difference, and doing our quarterly edit of this page reminds me that I think it’s time I go back there for lunch this week.
Something else that people should know about Fish and Chips? Should Michael Lappert join forces with Ben and Jerry to design a new ice cream called Phish and Chips to serve at the Fish and Chips ice cream counter? Disagree with any of our suggestions? Please let us know!