Sir Veza’s Kitchen & Kantina rolls out Michelada-Battered Fish & Chips for Lent Fridays

Last modified on July 9th, 2018 at 1:17 pm

Michelada-Battered Fish & Chips at Sir Veza's Kitchen & Kantina (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Every Friday for a limited time, Sir Veza’s Kitchen & Kantina will serve their Tucson twist on Fish Fry Fridays: Michelada-Battered Fish & Chips.

Rather than going with a traditional beer batter for fish, Sir Veza’s dips cod in a batter created with the Michelada, a spicy Clamato-based beer cocktail similar to a Bloody Mary. The fish are served on top of a pile of fries (chips for you Brits) and topped with queso cotija, cilantro, and a house spicy seasoning. Chipotle ranch and wedges of lemon come on the side.

The three massive hunks of cod are about two-inches thick each, delicate and juicy with a touch of Michelada spice and savory depth coming through in the crispy batter. It’s juicy enough that the chipotle ranch isn’t even needed — save the dip for the fries.

While fish and chips naturally go with beer, you might as well order one of Sir Veza’s Micheladas. It was a runner-up in the Tucson Michelada Challenge and is also worth a trip of its own.

Sir Veza’s Kitchen & Kantina is located at 220 W. Wetmore Rd. For more information, call (520) 888-8226 or visit sirvezas.com.

Michelada-Battered Fish & Chips at Sir Veza's Kitchen & Kantina (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Michelada-Battered Fish & Chips at Sir Veza’s Kitchen & Kantina (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Jackie is a food writer and photographer native to Tucson. He loves corgis and still thinks rickrolling is funny. If you'd like to stalk him, visit jackietran.com.
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