Harden's survey result
With its “basic, unpretentious interior and bustle”, this “traditional chippie in a seafront setting” serves “still probably the best fish ’n’ chips in town” of the conventional, un-gastro variety. Both hot and cold seafood come on “exceptionally large platters”, and “it’s the perfect place for a Sunday lunch on a stormy day looking out over the Channel”.
“The freshest of fish and shellfish” are “served without fuss by friendly staff” in “the heartiest of portions” at this 1930s chippie on the seafront: to many “Brighton’s best fish ’n’ chips by far” (of the “classic” variety, “but not just cod and haddock: lobster, skate, oysters… you name it”).
This long-standing (est. 1930s) Brighton seafront haunt, with top views of the West Pier, still offers an “authentic fish ’n’ chips experience” (plus a huge range of grilled catch, cold buffet etc.).
A “great place for fish ’n’ chips (plus seafood platters, etc.) right on the Brighton seafront”.
|Wine per bottle||£17.95|
131 Kings Rd, Brighton, BN1 2HH
|Number of Diners:|
|Monday||8 am‑10:30 pm|
|Tuesday||8 am‑10:30 pm|
|Wednesday||8 am‑10:30 pm|
|Thursday||8 am‑10:30 pm|
|Friday||8 am‑10:30 pm|
|Saturday||8 am‑10:30 pm|
|Sunday||8 am‑10:30 pm|