Our second dinner-time visit to the Tilted Kilt was not quite as satisfying as our first. We started out with some Chips and Salsa--they were OK, but pretty run-of-the-mill. My friend Tommy had the the Chicken Fried Chicken, fried chicked was served with garlic mashed potatoes and a creamy gravy, along with some vegetables. It was OK, not great, but OK. Certainly edible!.
I had the Maggie Mae's Fish & Chips, and i was disappointed. The double portion (replacing the fries) of creamy coleslaw was OK--it's hard to ruin coleslaw in my book--but the breading on the fish was greasy and did not stick well to the fish, falling off in chunks. This reveals improper breading technique. The fish itself was OK, but what's the point if there's no breading. Though the bill this dish as a "true English pub classic of battered cod," it sure did not make me want to go to an English pub and have fish and chips. If this is "true English" then I would not be a fan. It was not awful, it jsut was not the best. And the worst part was the greasiness, probably due to oil that was not quite up to temperature, and being pulled out just a bit too soon. I would not order this again.