Owners Steve and Laura Green are renovating an old gas station in order to transform Clermont Fish House into a full dining restaurant.

CLERMONT — In early September, the Clermont Fish House expects to open its doors to its new dining hall where customers can enjoy English fare, from fish and chips to steak pie.

Owners Steve and Laura Green are renovating an old gas station in order to transform their take-out establishment into a full dining restaurant.

“We are taking over the whole building and have been cleaning, cleaning and cleaning,” said Hannah Harrigan, the couple's daughter. “We’ve torn down walls, built walls and had everything replaced properly. The current side will have slight changes and will primarily be used for takeout still.”

According to Harrigan, the new dining area will feature high top seating and traditional standing tables that are found at “chippies” — authentic English fish and chips shops. The eatery also features a mural and handmade bar — built by Steve and Hannah’s husband, Pete — which will serve bottled beer, draft beer and wine.

The old gas tanks, pumps and canopy will be removed to make way for a new parking lot.

The current menu features a variety of fish and chips including flounder, cod, catfish, haddock, Mahi, grouper, shrimp and clam strips ranging from $8.25 to $14.99. Try a traditional fish or chicken sandwich and chips for $8.99 or a chip butty (chip sandwich) for $3.49.

Meat pies include steak, beef and onion, sausage roll and battered sausage. They're also served with chips for $7.49 to $8.49.

“I haven't had fish this good in 10 years,” customer Chelsey Gismonde said. “I’m very impressed with the quality of their food. Their homemade pies are the best in town. I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone in the area.”

Side items include: mushy peas, green beans, collard greens, Cole slaw, fried okra, sweet corn nuggets, hush puppies, onion rings and clam chowder.

“We would like to emphasize how much our family business appreciates the community,” Harrigan said. “We always enjoy coming to work to see our regulars and first timers. We love seeing the children and grandchildren and kids that Steve has coached. We hope those who come in really feel that they’re treated like family.”

Clermont Fish House, 110 W. Highway 50 in Clermont, is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For information, go to facebook.com/clermontfishhouse.