Sam Adams Beer-Battered Fish and Chips at Red Lobster

I'm not a seafood lover at all, and as a general rule, I don't eat fish. However, I occasionally make an exception for fish and chips. I'm not crazy about them, but if they're battered (as opposed to breaded) and not very fishy, I can eat them.

My favorite thing about Red Lobster is the Cheddar Bay Biscuits (TM). I can't just go there eat the free biscuits, though; they wouldn't take kindly to that. That's why I usually ordered the fish and chips when I went there. Unfortunately, that option was taken off the menu several years ago. I couldn't believe it.

Apparently, they're still available in some locations. It just seems to me that they should be a standard menu item.

This move lost me as a customer. I wonder how many other non-seafood-loving customers they've lost for the same reason.

2 comments:

Vera Wylde August 20, 2010 at 7:53 PM  

I used to love fish and chips... then I had them ruined for me forever by a random little side pub in London on my honeymmon. I don't even know what the name of the place was, I didn't realize that I wouldn't find it that good again until I got back to the states.

Eliza Wynn August 21, 2010 at 10:20 AM  

Yeah, I got them a few times when I was in the UK. I was amazed by how many different kinds they had, and it took me a while to figure out which ones were the least fishy. I should have just asked!

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