Five Must-Haves at Brother’s Fish & Chips in Westchester

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Brother’s Fish & Chips in Ossining is way more than just flounder and fries. Check out the restaurant’s top-notch tasting menu.

At Brother’s Fish & Chips in Ossining, chef and owner Elmer Oliveros knows that food is both an experience and a work of art. While you’ll find some of those artistic pieces deep-fried at the fish and chips portion of the restaurant, Oliveros’ talent as a chef truly shines in his exclusive tasting menu.

Treat your taste buds to a multicourse chef’s tasting priced at $130 per person and indulge in the flavors and presentation for which Brother’s is known. While the bros are at the mercy of whatever is freshest at the fish market, these are some of their favorite dishes to serve when they can. So keep your head on a swivel and enjoy the surprise of the tasting experience as it unfolds.

Tostones with Crab

As if the crispy, savory crunch of a tostone could get any better, Oliveros has found a way to improve on it: A large dollop of crab meat. Seasoned just enough to bring out the rich sweetness of the crab (without overpowering it), the saltiness of the tostone elicits the perfect bite that you’ll wish would never end.

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Octopus with Squid Ink Rice and Pineapple Chimichurri

Delicate and light octopus rests on a bed of hearty squid ink rice, balancing the competing flavors of each component. Fresh pineapple chimichurri gives a fruity zing, compatible with the tender octopus. While it’s almost too pretty to eat, we’re confident that you can muster the courage to dig in.

Lobster Risotto

There is no skimping in this lobster-laden dish. With significant chunks of lobster in each bite with touches of richness from the risotto, you’ll never be digging through your dish trying to find the fish. While this style of risotto can be found on other menus in Westchester, one bite here and you’ll cease your search for more.

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Ceviche-Stuffed Apple

Stuffed into a New York state apple, bright and fresh ceviche blooms on the palate with the addition of some acidity and tartness of the apple. It’s a simple concept, perfected by Oliveros, that gives diners something unexpected yet divine.

Chocolate Flan

The specially curated menu wouldn’t be complete without specially crafted sweets, now would it? A chocolatey iteration of the traditional dessert, this flan still has the same silky, creamy texture of its predecessor. And after a decadent meal, this seems like the only end that does the whole experience justice.

Brother’s Fish & Chips
172 N Highland Ave, Ossining; 914.488.5141

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