Where to Eat Fish & Chips in Oshawa

Second only to Jamie Oliver, it’s Britain’s most popular culinary export. So here’s where to find fish and chips in Oshawa:

P.B.’s Fish & Chips:  This Oshawa favourite opened in 1980 and is located in Rossland Square Plaza at Wilson and Rossland Roads.  Check out the menu here.  Location: Rossland and Wilson Roads. 

Schooner Fish & Chips: Serving Oshawa since 1970, Schooner has recently added gluten-free fish and chips, chicken fingers, coleslaw, and more to the menu, and they’re all cooked in special fryers.  Fries are cut fresh daily and pretty much everything on the menu is homemade. 1337 King St EOshawa. 

Captain George’s Fish & Chips: Eat in or take out at this Oshawa favourite, the #1 Reader’s Choice for best fish & chips in Durham Region from 2007-2015. Find English style fish & chips, including halibut, cod, haddock and whitefish. 1300 King St E, 355 Wentworth St W.

Halibut House: Halibut House is the little fish and chip shop that just keeps getting bigger.  Starting as a single restaurant Port Perry, the chain has expanded throughout the GTA, and specializing in fresh cut halibut; skinned and filleted in their stores, served with hand cut French fries from their local potato farm.  Oshawa sure must love eating halibut, because there are three locations to choose from:  288 Bloor Street West, 408 King Street West, and 1070 Simcoe Street North.  

Churchill’s Fish & Chips:  Friendly service, generous servings of chips and homemade tarter sauce make Churchill’s a local favourite, plus it’s family-run with the owner working most days.  Location:  250 Taunton Road. (905) 404-9353


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