This is fish & chips done right - the batter was thin and crisp and not too thick, while the fish inside was perfectly cooked to the right consistency. Despite us spending a good amount of time taking photos, the batter remained incredibly crispy, so have no worries about your fish getting soggy. Also, since sea bass is used as opposed to the usual dory or cod, the fish is a lot meatier, chunkier, with more bite. Personally, I prefer it this way cause it feels more substantial than the flakier variants. The squid ink batter gave it a nice aesthetic, but tbh taste-wise it does not add much to the fish. You have to try the fish with the house-made mint cider tartar sauce which provides some acidity to cut through the heaviness of the dish. Overall, I would still get this cause it's an excellent take on the classic fish & chip.