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B & B Fish & Chips

Posted by Staff / Listed on January 17, 2008 / review policy

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B & B Fish & Chips is one of the many popular fish and chips spots in Leslieville. Also worth checking out are Reliable Fish 'N Chips and Woodgreen.

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HL Jones / February 12, 2008 at 08:33 am
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A neighbourhood ICON... best fish n' chips around! Have been in business for over 30 years.
Zoe / January 4, 2009 at 12:04 pm
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Love these fish and chips! One of the best places in Toronto, and certainly the least expensive!
Bosephus / February 16, 2009 at 05:16 pm
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Just went there this afternoon!
$7 for a HUGE amount of chips with a nice, light and flaky piece o' fish.
As I had a bit of a hike to get home from B & B, I was worried that my lunch would be soggy upon arrival, but it survived and was still crispy and delicious!
norm / May 4, 2009 at 04:12 pm
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Been around for more than 50 years and serves ythe excellent fish and chips. The place has not changed inside and outside much since I was a kid and couldn't see over the counter
Tim / May 18, 2009 at 07:00 pm
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Their fries are amazing. Big portion and worth the price at $2.50 I think.
Danny / November 27, 2009 at 01:32 am
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This is my new favourite place. The price is very reasonable for what you get. The fish was tender, batter was crispy and wasn't too thick and it was served on top of proper hand cut fries. I also liked how they serve it to you in a newspaper cone which is such an old school touch that I love. Living in the downtown core it is a bit of a walk for me but it's worth it.
Gregory / March 25, 2010 at 01:48 pm
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Meh, not too impressed. Way too greasy..and the grease was old and left that nasty film on the inside your mouth.
Terrence / June 13, 2010 at 11:16 pm
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SAD THAT WOODGREEN IS GONE!
Julian Dunn / June 21, 2010 at 07:14 pm
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Fish and chips were really good but yes, very greasy. However, the grease wasn't that old -- unlike that which Gregory experienced.

It doesn't beat Reliable Fish and Chips though. The service is also less surly there.
Helen / June 30, 2010 at 09:30 pm
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Mmmm! I love this place! The fries are the best and I always get the Halibut! The owner is soo nice and cheery! I always wave when I pass by! A great neighbourhood institution!
barbmia / July 10, 2010 at 09:32 pm
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Yum! I actually did some research on neighbourhood f&c shops and chose this one based on mostly positive reviews. The fries are DELISH! The fish is pretty great too. And for two of us, it cost less than a pizza ($15). Super friendly service.
JEFFREY THE SUPERSEAHORSE / August 11, 2010 at 07:47 pm
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When i was a pre-teen boy between thee ages of eight and twelve years old, i lived on Coady Avenue which is only two streets away from your b+b's fishnchip store. I think it's thee only fish and chip establishment that still uses lard to fry it's fish with, and thats why our friend Gregory has that taste of film left in his mouth. But dear Gregory, that's what makes B and B's SO VERY SPECIAL AND UNIQUE FOREVER AND ALWAYS B an B!
JEFFREY THE SUPERSEAHORSE LEITNER / September 2, 2010 at 08:20 pm
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SEQUEL #2 COMMENT #13. It is the PIG'S FAT that gives B+B's it's Distinctive Flavour and Texture for SURE!! My parents Katarina and Jakob use't to use it smeared on top of bread with added salt and called it SCHMALTZBROT. My Dad had a 1970 FORD TORINO AUTOMOBILE
Vic / August 27, 2011 at 11:09 am
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I miss WOODGREEN. B&B's fish is similar, but I don't care for their chips.
CJ / October 28, 2011 at 12:06 am
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I think the french fries at B&B are AWESOME.
But the fish seems mushy.

In an ideal world, I would have the fish from Reliable and the Chips from B&B.
Plymouthfury / August 17, 2012 at 07:22 pm
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I've been going to B&B since I was a kid and going to school at Bruce. I even remember the original owner (the guy with the brushcut and he had a son named Derek or Darren)at least I'm pretty sure he was the origial owner. They sold it in 1972 to the family that has it now. On Halloween in the 60's the kids would line-up for what seemed like a mile and the shop would give out free cones of chips instead of candy. Oh how times haved changed. However the fish & chips are still Great. The prices keep going up though.
JEFFREY LEITNER THE SUPER-SEAHORSEA / August 22, 2012 at 07:44 pm
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I'm hoping to revisit B+B'S tomorrow and then get to check out the Jone's Library too! It's been a couple of year's now since i last sat on that picnic bench outside of B+B'S there. And before that i went there with my brother John and quickly ate our B+B'S Treasure chest of goodie's from inside the front seat's of his car! We would have gone to Leslie Grove Park, but we were all ready to go and see a movie. Besides it was hot and humid and with the boost of energy B+B'S fish and chip's gave us, we were ready to ROCK! I'm looking very much forward to consuming B+B'S Fish + Chip's again after a two year disconnection i'm reaching to get myself plugged in to B+B'S on Thursday morrow!

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