Below is a list of the top and leading Fish and Chips in St. Louis. To help you find the best Fish and Chips located near you in St. Louis, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
St. Louis’s Best Fish and Chips are:
The top rated Fish and Chips in St. Louis are:
- The Scottish Arms – worked hard to create simple, honest dishes that reflect today’s rich culinary traditions in the United Kingdom and Europe
- Llywelyn’s Pub – they serve some of the best Celtic cuisines in the area
- O’Connell’s Pub – serving their world-famous ground sirloin burger and roast beef sandwich
- John D. McGurk’s Irish Pub and Garden – has risen to the top of the class among St. Louis’ Irish Pubs
- Maggie O’Brien’s – has become a local hot site for St. Louis sports, holiday parties, and private gatherings, in addition to serving some of the best food
The Scottish Arms
The Scottish Arms has changed a lot over the years, but they’re still devoted to serving a seasonal menu made up of high-quality products obtained from local farms. Since 2005, they’ve worked hard to create simple, honest dishes that reflect today’s rich culinary traditions in the United Kingdom and Europe. But, because their hearts are always in Scotland, they serve their famed Scotch Eggs, Fish n’ Chips, Haggis, and Shepherd’s Pie all year. That and more when you visit The Scottish Arms in St. Louis.
Address: 8 S Sarah St, St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: (314) 535 0551
“Best fish and chips I’ve had in a long time. Cute little bar and grill.” – semper crescis
Llywelyn’s Pub has 26 draft beers and more than 30 bottle beers on tap. In addition, they serve some of the best Celtic cuisines in the area. You may try something new every day with their fresh daily offerings! A terrific place to stop for lunch on your lunch break during the week, and even better before going to the Soulard Farmer’s Market on weekends.
On Saturdays and Sundays, Llywelyn’s Pub Soulard is the place to be! They have the largest open space in Soulard, as well as the greatest staff.
Address: 1732 S 9th St, St. Louis, MO 63104
Phone: (314) 436 3255 Website: llywelynspub.com
“Chelsea was great!! The fish and chips hit the spot on a Friday. Hot and fresh is always best!!! Thanks for a fun time!!!” – Evonne Phariss
O’Connell’s Pub has been a family-owned St. Louis tradition for almost 50 years and serving their world-famous ground sirloin burger and roast beef sandwich. O’C’s opened in Gaslight Square in 1962 and was purchased by Jack Parker in 1965. They are a family-friendly establishment, as well as a typical Irish pub where the conversation is encouraged. The burgers are served hot and the Guinness is on tap. Their kitchen crew takes great delight in offering wonderful meals and makes our fresh soups every morning. Come in for a pint and make your own tradition in this St. Louis classic.
Address: 4652 Shaw Ave, St. Louis, MO 63110
Phone: (314) 773 6600
“Best fish and chips I have ever had” – Joshua Francis
John D. McGurk’s Irish Pub and Garden
John D. McGurk’s Irish Pub and Garden, which began as a one-room pub in 1978, has risen to the top of the class among St. Louis’ Irish Pubs. In fact, in their June 2011 edition honoring the top bars in America, Esquire Magazine named John D. McGurk’s as the sole bar in the city of St. Louis. They were also named one of America’s Most Authentic Irish Pubs by National Geographic.
McGurk’s is a memorable stop thanks to its great cuisine, drink, and entertainment. On your next visit, they look forward to raising a pint with you. Join them at the intersection of Irish history and Soulard heritage. Sláinte!
Address: 1200 Russell Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63104
Phone: (314) 776 8309
“Best fish and chips in St. Louis. Was pleasantly surprised by their great patio space that has 3 separate bars itself. House red ale was good, prices were reasonable, and service was quick.” – Jared Andrews
Maggie O’Brien’s has become a local hot site for St. Louis sports, holiday parties, and private gatherings, in addition to serving some of the best food in downtown St. Louis. In short, Maggie O’Brien’s is your St. Louis Entertainment Destination, whether you’re a local or just passing through for the weekend. Maggie’s has long been a favorite among St. Louis sports fans, and with 14 TVs and four large screens, you’ll never miss a game. Maggie O’Brien’s also provides complimentary parking and a shuttle service to and from the game.
Address: 2000 Market St, St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: (314) 421 1388
“Fish and chips were excellent!” – Scott Douglas
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