Adam Randall built his North Charleston chippy from the ground up. Photograph by Margret Wood
June 7, 2017
15 Minutes with Adam Randall
The CODfather owner wasn’t sure if a traditional British chippy would catch on in Charleston. One year, 100,000 pounds of potatoes, and 8,000 pounds of cod later, he’s just getting starting
Written by Hailey Middlebrook
CM: Where did you grow up?
CM: Was your dad’s place a fish and chips shop?
CM: What brought you from Philadelphia to Charleston?
CM: Did you plan to open a restaurant?
CM: Tell us about building the CODfather.
CM: What makes your restaurant a classic “chippy”?
CM: What’s the deal with mushy peas?
CM: So do Southerners have a taste for British food?
CM: Do you have a family here?
CM: What’s next for the CODfather?
To watch a clip from our interview with Randall, click here.
To read more from the June issue, click here.