Can you name the quintessential British dish shown above?
Fish and Chips, or Fish ‘n’ Chips, consists of battered and fried fish accompanied by sliced and fried potatoes. It can include a dipping sauce and a side of a vegetable, such as cabbage made into coleslaw. Fish-and-chips became popular in England sometime in the 1860’s or possibly earlier, and continues to this day as a popular food in formal restaurants and as a takeaway or carryout food for busy people on the go.
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