Yeah. I know from reading the title most of you are thinking "Eh, a thread about fast food fish sandwiches? Why?" Well since this is a unique time of the year where fish sandwiches tend to be pretty popular at fast food chains, I'd thought of asking you all what is your favorite FF Fish Sammies, if there are any. McDonald's Filet-O-Fish was invented as a sandwich for Catholics to eat during the season of Lent, and other chains followed suite.
I'll list what I think are the two kings that stomp all over the competition, both of which hail from Culver's (Wisconsin based chain that has expanded as far as Florida and Arizona, nowhere in the Pacific or New England) The Fish sandwich they have year round is their North Atlantic Cod Filet Sandwich, which is a hand battered filet of cod that comes with tartar sauce, shredded cheddar cheese, lettuce and is in between a buttered hoagie bun. I had this one time and I was surprised with how fresh the fish was and how crispy the fried breading was on this. Its actually a pretty tasty fish fry sandwich on its own, but its not quiet as good as another fish sandwich Culver's sells, but only in the season of Lent. That's the Northwoods Walleye Sandwich, which has similar ingredients to the Cod variant minus the cheese. That said, the Walleye sandwich is literally the best FF fish sammy out there. The Walleye is so fresh and mild and it blends so well with the breading and the hoagie roll. Its probably not as good as eating Walleye from a Minnesota-based restaurant, but its dang good at Culver's. Here's some pics: