A Taste of Australia: Fish ‘n’ Chips

Photo By Catherine Han

Surrounded by the oceans and boasting over 10,000 beaches, Australia is the ultimate destination for beach and seafood lovers. Fish and chips, which originated in England, is a popular dish in Australia.

The notion of “deep-fried chips” was firstly used by Charles Dickens in his novel “A Tale of Two Cities” in 1859 – “Husky chips of potatoes, fried with some reluctant drops of oil”.

Australia fish ‘n’ chips are not confined by “fish” and “chips” only. You can also have calamari, scallop, prawn, and even, dim sim – served with lemon and tartar sauce.

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