Whether you participate in Lent and need a meat-free option for Friday night, or you just love a really good fish fry, we've got you covered. Here's where you can find some of the best fish fries in Minneapolis.
While typically known for their burgers and extensive beer list, Red Cow's fish fry should not be missed. Go for their classic fish fry with beer battered white fish, french fries, and Red Cow sauce. The best part? You don't have to wait until Friday to get it. They offer it all week long.
At Stanley's you'll have options when it comes to your fish fry choices. Get a classic fish and chips: Grainbelt Nordeast battered walleye, fries & coleslaw. Served with tartar sauce and fresh lemon or do some Fish Tacos: fried walleye, mango avocado salsa, red cabbage, cilantro crema. And if you prefer a sandwich they have that too: Nordeast battered walleye, coleslaw, and house B&B pickles served with tartar sauce on a toasted hoagie roll.
A classic British Pub requires some classic Fish & Chips, don't you think? Merlin's Rest does it wonderfully with battered polluck, served on a bed of salty chips (read: fries), served with pub sauce and wrapped in newspaper. Available all week.
If you're looking to change it up on your weekly fish fry, come to World Street Kitchen and try their Crispy Fish Sandwich. A panko fried fish topped with caramelized kimchi tartar and sesame cabbage on a sesame seed bun.
Craving a fish fry with an Eastern European twist? Order a pierogi and fish fry dinner from the Ukrainian Center in Northeast, Minneapolis. Or if you're just interested in the pierogis, that's fine too! You can order an all pierogi dinner instead. Everything is takeout only.
Want your fish fry in sandwich form? Try the beer-battered cod sandwich at Creekside. Nothing too fancy here, but definitely delicious, on top of your cod you'll get lettuce, tomato, pickled relish onion, tartar sauce and side of fries.