Rowdy Hall: Asian Slaw and chips.
2. The surf-and-turf option at Bell & Anchor in Sag Harbor with pork belly and spicy kimchi.
3. Almond in Bridgehampton is the first restaurant to serve the Montauk fish burger. It is now serving it fried, topped with a fennel slaw and generous tartar sauce.
4. To top the fishburger, Sam McCleland reached for the same house-made kimchi that he uses in Bell & Anchor’s popular PBO, pork belly and friend oyster.
5. Rowdy Hall produced a Filet-o-Fish-esque version that was fried and topped with American cheese and crispy onions.
6. That’s the breakfast of champions,” quipped one line cook at Rowdy Hall, about this version topped with a fried egg, cheese and crispy onions.
7. The avocado and cilantro mix that Bell & Anchor uses on its ribs went quite well with the Montauk fishburger.
8. Forget the bun. This version with shishito peppers on top and Caesar salad on the bottom at Bell & Anchor was popular among the veggie aficionados and gluten averse.
9. O’Connor’s Public House in Westchester crusted the burger with panko and topped it with a succotash.