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Jonathan Boncek

Don’t let the name fool you, The Codfather is a proper chipper. Owner Adam Randall, a Brit by birth, earned his fried fish stripes by working at his father’s fish and chips shop in Pennsylvania. His idea for The Codfather was an old-school chipper with hearty English food. At the small, handbuilt shop, Randall uses both cod and haddock with his own special recipe batter. Mushy peas can be ordered as a side with gravy. We suggest you order them. Thick and creamy, on a rainy day in North Charleston you’d be hard pressed to find a more comforting, or affordable meal. —Kinsey Gidick Dish, Summer 2016

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Don’t let the name fool you, The Codfather is a proper chipper. Owner Adam Randall, a Brit by birth, earned his fried fish stripes by working at his father’s fish and chips shop in Pennsylvania. His idea for The Codfather was an old-school chipper with hearty English food. At the small, handbuilt shop, Randall uses both cod and haddock with his own special recipe batter. Mushy peas can be ordered as a side with gravy. We suggest you order them. Thick and creamy, on a rainy day in North Charleston you’d be hard pressed to find a more comforting, or affordable meal.

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