This Israeli-staffed eatery styles it "fish and chips," but in the little pitcher, that's not tartar sauce, let alone malt vinegar.
The potatoes were crisp, if thinner-cut than at most chippies, and the fish (haddock) was light and fresh inside a taut mini-breadcrumb sheath, but it's the perfectly tuned housemade garlic-dill-yogurt dressing that I can't get out of my mind. (And why would I?) Ask for more — ideally, before you've wiped your first pitcherful dry.
In addition to fish and chips ($6.99), an assortment of grilled fish, plus salads, panini, and pastas (and a schnitzel sandwich, I now note, after a closer examination of the menu), Fish & Sip makes all its own pastries on the premises. The Armenian-born baker's honey cake (in cutaway view; $2.99) resembled those wafer-and-cream cookies in more than appearance; it was quite sweet. But seeing as Armenian pastries are a rare sight (Armenian savories may be even rarer), I'll be intrigued to work my way through his repertoire.
Fish & Sip
216 Flatbush Ave. (Bergen-Dean Sts.), Park Slope, Brooklyn