The first time I had lunch at Lowell’s was three years ago, when I had heard about it from Giada’s Weekend Getaways. I remember it being maybe the best fish and chips I had ever had!
Here’s what we enjoyed:
1) LOWELL’S FAMOUS FISH & CHIPS Hand breaded Alaskan cod, slaw, French fries, tartar sauce 13
Usually when you have something amazing the first time, the second time tends to disappoint. These were again crispy, flaky and delicious.
2) RUSTIC TUNA MELT White albacore tuna salad, mozzarella, tomato, red pepper aioli on grilled rosemary bread 13
This tuna melt was fresh and yummy, with a cup of clam chowder and sliced pickle on the side. Perhaps a bit expensive for what you’re getting, but it’s such a great space and the food is simple but done well.
WHAT TO GET: Both the fish and chips and tuna melt are order worthy.