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- Fish finger sandwich, a sandwich made with fish fingers popular in Britain where it is a comfort food.
- Tuna fish sandwich, usually made from canned tuna combined with other ingredients, and which has been called "the mainstay of almost everyone's American childhood".
- Salmon burger, a type of fishcake made mostly from salmon in the style of a hamburger, common in Alaska where they are routinely offered as an alternative to beef hamburgers.
- Fried fish sandwiches such as the Filet-O-Fish (from McDonald's) and BK Big Fish (Burger King).
- Fischbrötchen, a sandwich made with fish and other components commonly eaten in Northern Germany, due to the region's proximity to the North Sea and Baltic Sea.
- Gordon Edlin, Eric Golanty, Kelli McCormack Brown, Essentials for Health and Wellness (2000), p. 410.
- Susan Smillie (5 June 2007), "Is this the perfect fish finger sandwich?", The Observer
- Gill Holcombe (2010), "The Ultimate Fish Finger Sandwich", Eating and Cheating, Hachette UK, ISBN 978-1-84894-670-5
- "Cookbooks fail in search for the quintessential tuna sandwich.", Burros, Marian, Reprinted in The Review Spokesman, March 12, 1985. Retrieved June 13, 2009. "Perhaps ['The Joy of Cooking' doesn't include a tuna fish sandwich recipe] because Irma Rombauer never wanted to become embroiled in the controversy [over which extra ingredients to add]. But how can any book that purports to cover the American cooking scene omit the mainstay of almost everyone's childhood?"
- Jim DuFresne; Greg Benchwick; Catherine Bodry (2009), Alaska, ISBN 978-1-74104-762-2
- Fishcake, a product used as a patty between buns, for some fish burgers