So apparently there is only one cuisine you can eat is Blackpool and that is proper fish and chips!
So being a little snobbish about the fish and chips we consume, we looked up the best-reviewed chip shop in town, and Yorkshire fisheries came out on top.
It took us no time at all to find the shop; it was right on the outskirts of the centre of town. There is a minimal stretch of parking outside the shop, but the best place to park up is around the back in the public car park. It’s only a few minutes walk from there.
Yum yum yum, those reviewers on TripAdvisor were right. Everything was cooked fresh to order and tasted like it too, the chips were proper chip shop chips, and the fish was light and fluffy with a delicious and crispy batter. I have no idea what they had put into the batter, but it was delicious, I usually can tell, but I had no clue this time, all I knew that it tasted great.
Value for money
We both had a reasonable portion of fish and chips to take away, but of course, Lee had curry sauce too, they both came to around £9.10. We thought this was excellent value for the best fish and chips in the town. This may be expensive for locals, but for us southerners, it was a reasonable price.
Well we didn’t stay to eat our delights in their restaurant section but you could if you wanted too, they place wasn’t full but they were busy. I think it may also cost a little more to eat in. But we chose to eat ours into the car watching the waves roar on the seafront.