questionswhich fast food place do you think has the best…

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Burger King had one that was pretty tasty last year but I don't think they offer it any longer.

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@mtm2: Yes, I liked BK too because it was bigger than the little McDonald's sandwich. I wonder if BK will bring it back?

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I'm still comparing but I'll be eating many Micky D filet of fish over the next few weeks at $.99 during Lent.

http://deals.woot.com/deals/details/0d8670ef-58e2-4b6e-b682-95802e70893a/filet-o-fish-on-sale-during-lent-starts-2-22#57

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@mtrlgrl: I posted a questions to Burger King if they were going to bring it back. We'll see if they respond.

I like McD's double size fish (2 fillets and 2 slices of cheese). Tartar on the side for me to dip my french fries. Something special about that tartar sauce. Anyones "top secret" imitation doesn't come close.

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Jack in the Box has a great Fish Filet sandwich. Granted, that's a regoinal area but it's worth the trip if you're ever in the area. I've lived all over the country and it still holds my top spot.

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I know it is not a traditional sandwich but I love Rubios fish tacos (baja style).

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@cindihoward: The $0.99 deal is local only. Many places are 2 for 3 bucks or worse.

To answer, Arby's (of all things) had a really good one, but I don't think they make it any longer either.

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i prefer long john silver's "fish", followed by captain dee's (neither are actual fish- but that's why i like it)
for sandwich form i like mcdonald's (and mine aren't running any sale drove to three this morning), burgerking's are bigger but not as tasty. arby's signs say they have the fish (but they only cook to order here meaning a five to ten minute wait for a 2.50 sandwich).

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I'd say Long John Silvers, but at 4.5 grams of trans fat per fish plank I can't imagine thinking about trying them again.

The best fast food type that I've had was a little chain in Louisville called Moby Dick's, I think they have thirteen different stores.

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I have come to accept the fact that I am a snob when it comes to fish. I choose not to eat any fish that is only identified as "fish". If you can't tell me exactly what species it is, then I don't want it. Furthermore, I will not eat any salmon that is only called "salmon". There are specific kinds of salmon, and some of them are not good.

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Anyone else feel that a fish just shouldn't be put on a bun? Seems like a subliminal message that screams "fake". I have never ordered a fish sandwich and I don't think I ever will.

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I have to say, my daughter and I tried the new Arby's fish sandwich the other day, with the coupon, and it was really quite good, definitely significantly better than the good ol' filet from McDonalds

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It's got to be Arby's. Because it's good mood food and they specialize in fish related foods...wait a minute.

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@mtluka83: Agreed on the Jack in the Box. For those unfamiliar, it's closer to a 'fish and chips' style fish than a 'processed fish patty'.

Frankly, I've always found the 'limited time' fish and shrimp menu items that fast food places only come out with for Lent to be a bit... I dunno. It makes sense and all, but I'd feel better if they were offered year-round.

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I went to my local Wendy's Friday and they were all out of fish sandwiches. I had to get McD's. Hope they increase their supply.
And thanks for all the input. I am going to broaden my horizons and try some of the other places you suggested, if I can find them in my area.