Krispies
Do you think you have what it takes to join us and work in Exmouth's award winning Fish & Chip Shop? Next time you fancy Krispies' award winning fish and chips, see if you can spot the
Premier Café
There has been a family-run fish and chip shop on this site since 1937. We are serious about the quality of our food, especially our award-winning fish and chips, and everything is cooked to order. We
Capels Of Exmouth
Capels Fish and Chip restaurant and takeaway has been serving local residents, holiday makers and visitors to Exmouth for many decades. Capels has also received and a 5-star Food Hygiene rating from
The Welcome Fryer
The Welcome Fryer at South Molton offers the best of Great British Fish & Chips to Take Away or Eat In. We are proud to have been awarded the National Federation of Fish Fryers FISH AND CHIP QUALITY
Lyme's Fish Bar
Lyme's Fish Bar has been in business as part of the World Heritage site of Lyme Regis for the past 25 years. It was the first take-away in the town after the second world war, located on Coombe
Hanbury's Licensed Fish Restaurant
Our Cod and line caught Haddock are caught in the deep, cold, unpolluted waters of the north- East Atlantic around Iceland and Norway and the Barent Sea, north of Russia. These fisheries are very
Long (Davies)
Welcome to our website, Longs have two locations in Bridport, one in West Street and one in King Street where you can eat in at our restaurant or outside tables or take away traditional fish and chip
The Wheelhouse
Since 1985 the Walker family have been providing high-quality meals, snacks and takeaways in the beautiful South Devon riverside town of Dartmouth. We're passionate about the Great British Takeaway
Squires
Squires fish and chip restaurant in Braunton prides itself on doing the classic British dish of fish and chips proud. Not only do we use the freshest fish of the best quality, but we aim to let it
Atlantic Fish Bar & Restaurant
Fish and chips have been prepared and sold from this site since 1942 and quite possibly earlier than that still, but we have found records indicating that a Mr Williamson traded as a 'fried fish