Bowpicker Fish and Chips
Recomendado por 16 personas locales · Precio estimado 1 de 4 ·
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Fish and chips. Long lines due to its popularity. It’s not my thing but every one else likes it.
Bowpicker Fish and Chips is located across from the Columbia River Maritime Museum in the converted gillnet boat. Firm chunks of Albacore tuna are lightly beer battered and fried to perfection by Ron and Linda, they stand ready to soak up malt vinegar and scoop tartar sauce. The bed of thick steak…
Bowpicker fish and chips is a cool little walk-up fish and chips spot for a midday snack (they sell fish and chips out of a tiny boat!)
Best fish & chips in town! Right off the boat! Don’t worry the line moves fast, but show up before Preston sells out.
The lines can be long though the food is consistently good. Try to go off-peak hours.
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