(3 out of 4 Fishes) Not really any signs. A small sign at Jefferson and Russell, but there really needed to be a sign at Russell and McNair Avenue to help you find the church. May have been a small menu sign to help in ordering, but didn't see it. A menu however, is not really needed. Ordering was simple, just adult and kid's prices and you choose as you go through the line. No line at 6:00pm. Greening was great! Real plates and silverware! Bulk condiments, so no package waste. They had recycling and the biggest (and really only sign) was for the recycling container! So great job on being green! Much longer lines! Not too bad - but at 6:00pm there was about a 10-20 minute wait.
No Cod, which was a little of a downer. Entrees were fried or baked tilapia, fried catfish, or fried shrimp. Fried tilapia was good, with a good breading. Not as flaky as fried Cod. Sides included french fries, onion rings, spaghetti, and cole slaw. Onion rings were done nicely and the cole slaw was a highlight. Very nicely done cole slaw. Desserts were home made and included cakes and cherry or apple crisp. This year they also had dessert crepes including nutella, strawberry, and almond. Delicious! Highly recommended.
Fair value. $35 for our family of 5 which included two sides, desserts, and drinks. Drinks included lemonade, water, and soda (name brand cans!). Not exactly sure price breakdown however (I never saw a menu). But I think it was $10 for adults. It was kinda like ordering at the old Beffa's. You don't need to know the price. Menus are visible now! $10 for adults and $5 for kids 12 and under. $5 for 16oz Jelen beer.
Great, quiet but refined atmosphere. Nicely decorated church hall with round tables and real chairs. Nice touches included candles at the tables and flower arrangements at each table. Background music adds a nice elegance. Additional highlights include a full bar area with two TV's. If you are looking for a great fish fry to watch some NCAA tourney games, this would be a good choice. About three quarters full when we were there at 6-6:30. Very friendly staff of volunteers. We were greeted when we came in and volunteers were quick to clear our trays and plates.
3 out of 4. A great "secret" find of fish fries. Not overly crowded, but a nice elegant fish fry with good atmosphere. If you are looking for a fish fry where you can go through the line quickly, enjoy real plates, good food and value, then try Holy Trinity. Actually, instead of trying Holy Trinity, please keep it a secret for the rest of us! It would lose some of its charm if it was too crowded (plus they are not really set up to handle huge crowds). Good value with dessert and drinks (including soda) included. Only negatives would be that they don't have Cod. Mentioned in Value, that it was kinda like ordering at the old Beffa's. Has some of the same feel as Beffa's, but better decorated.
We called this the "secret" fish fry back in 2013. No longer! It was crowded this time around. About a 10-20 minute line at 6:00pm. The dessert crepes are a highlight. Plus the Jelen Serbian beer was a highlight. You could get a 16oz Jelen for $5.
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2013 - Badmansard blog review (in the style of Friday Night Fish)
|Real plates and silverware!|
|Flowers and candles at the tables are a nice touch!|
|The dining area - real chairs and round tables.|