Anchor makes a splash

  • Article by: RICK NELSON , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 3, 2009 - 9:34 AM

A "chipper" lands in northeast Minneapolis. Crowds follow. Get in line.

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DenKihlDec. 2, 09 8:41 PM

Ok, I guess you have to live across the street to know where this place is? I live "out & up state", so just telling me it is in "northeast Minneapolis" really does not do much for me. Is it so good the reporter is keeping the physical address a secret? Any way if someone out there knows the address PLEASE SHARE.....I can then plan a trip to "the big city" and plug it in to my friendly navigator. Thank you!

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DenKihlDec. 2, 09 8:47 PM

Please disregard the above comment! I see clearly where the address is. I was so wrapped up in reading about how good the food is I blindly did not see it is clearly on the right side of the article.....I guess pot does make you go blind! or at least loose your common sense.

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AssassinAveDec. 2, 09 8:47 PM

Location: 302 13th Av. NE., Mpls., 612-676-1300,

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bobbyeffDec. 2, 09 8:48 PM

It's a chippie, not a chipper.

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lucky66Dec. 2, 09 9:24 PM

Since they use beef fat to fry the food it made me sick the 2 times I went. I've had Fish and Chips many times in Ireland and was never sick. Must be the corn fed MN cow to the Irish grass fed.

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shogunmoonDec. 3, 0912:17 AM

They are using 1000 Hills locally sourced free range grass fed beef. Try again. There are many things that can make you sick. Thankfully for you, foolisness is not one of them.

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trailerdivaDec. 3, 09 9:05 AM

I have been there twice. Happy both times. I need to check out the weekend breakfast. Keep up the good work, you guys!! I am overjoyed that this place is just two blocks from my house.

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golferfsDec. 3, 09 3:38 PM

The fish and chips are really good! great Place. (Even if they don't offer tarter sauce - The white vinegar is a must.) For that matter any good restaurant would be a great thing if it opened in Plymouth.

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PLStahlDec. 4, 09 9:52 AM

Love the food here - from the fish and chips, to the pasties, to the shepherd's pie - you can't go wrong and the prices are very reasonable. Only downside is they need more seating already - can be a bit of a wait. Keep up the good work.

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pmarquisFeb. 12, 10 5:21 AM

From a guy who grew up with F&C in England, I can truly say that these are the best I have found in the States in 24 years of searching. Don't quite get the white vinegar thing but they made a chip butty for me so all is forgiven. Next weekend I have to go back for the full whack breakfast. Oh and please, tartar sauce?!

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