That is a good value for all that food. I call any healthy meal I can make at home for $3 or so a good deal. While I can eat whatever portion I'm served in a restaurant, it's usually more food at one time than I'm used to. Fish and chips is not as big here on a regular basis. There are some private owners or little-known chains that sell mainly seafood but they kind of are in the background. The churches put on a lot of fish fries in the Spring but they are partially interested in raising funds so it's not a good deal. Not sure I get what you meant there.