Diana Pérez

A trained chef with a varied and extensive professional background, including
working in Michelin-starred restaurants in Italy and New York as well as experience in TV, digital and print culinary media and global food events such as Expo Milano 2015. Member of the Associates Board at America Media, which leads the conversation between faith and culture.

Insatiable Critic: Is It Healthier? Icelandic Fish & Chips in the West Village Says Yes.

Insatiable Critic: Is It Healthier? Icelandic Fish & Chips in the West Village Says Yes.

  Your health can af-fjörd this: Icelandic Fish & Chips’ healthier take on the iconic dish. 

Your health can af-fjörd this: Icelandic Fish & Chips’ healthier take on the iconic dish. 

 If the three Cod Wars (not to be confused with any Cold War) between Great Britain and Iceland (1958-1976) taught us anything, it’s never to underestimate the fierce love and pride both island nations have for their surrounding waters and their abundant seafood culture.

          Icelandic Fish & Chips is the first New York outpost of an Icelandic chain promoting a healthier take on the iconic dish. The restaurant first opened in Reykjavík over 10 years ago with a location in the heart of the capital’s pristine harbor. I was excited to learn about the opening here personally due to my own Iceland history. During my senior year of high school, I lived in Reykjavik as a foreign exchange student, living as much like an Icelander as a Latina New Yorker could.

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