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This may sound strange, but you’re not actually coming here for the fish. It’s good, don’t get us wrong, but this spot in the Linq Hotel is worth visiting for the chips alone. There are four different options and our favorite is the Dirty #1, topped with crispy chorizo and jalapeno. The better idea though, is to go with a group and share all of them. It’s also a great place to grab takeout and go for a nice evening walk with whoever you’re with.

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