Long John Silver’s Introduces Homestyle Buttermilk Cod
The Long John Silver’s seafood restaurant chain in the United States has added hand-breaded Homestyle Buttermilk Cod to its summer menu. Selling for $5.99 through August 27, the dish comes with french fries and hushpuppies. Diners are invited to upgrade to a meal with cole slaw or another signature side dish for an extra charge.
“The light flavor of the cod balances really well with the tangy flavor of the buttermilk. It has a big crunchy bite, and the light, flaky fish smoothes it out. It really is delightful,” said Peter Czizek, vice president of culinary innovation and quality assurance for the Louisville, Kentucky-headquartered QSR operator.
Long John Silver’s wild-caught Alaskan Cod is soured from the North Pacific Ocean, which is ranked as one of the best-managed and most sustainable fisheries in the world. Flash-frozen aboard fishing boats shortly after harvest, the GMO-free fish contains no antibiotics, hormones, additives, artificial colors or flavoring.
Meanwhile, Fish & Fries is available for a limited time at the bargain price of $1.99. The combo deal features one piece of breaded pollock.
About Long John Silver’s
Founded in 1969, Long John Silver’s is the USA’s largest quick-service seafood chain, with nearly 1,000 franchised and company-owned restaurants nationwide. Formerly a division of Yum! Brands, the company was divested to a group of franchisees in September of 2011.
In addition to fish, shrimp, clam and crab cake combos, meals and platters, its center of the plate offerings include chicken fingers. Side dish options are corn, on the cob, seasoned green beans, rice, onion rings, fries, hushpuppies and creamy cole slaw. Two desserts are served: pineapple cheese pie and chocolate cream pie.