Top Five Fish and Chips 3 / 11 / 2017

Fish and chips at Rick Steins in Padstow

What a stunning autumnal day! November is here and this week the sun has been as vibrant as ever. But with a proper chill in the air a view is best enjoyed with some delightful fish and chips. It can come as no surprise that we have some of the best, the freshest catches and in the most stunning locations! We have compiled 5 of the best fish and chips in North Cornwall, but if we have missed any out do let us know!

1. Rick Steins – had to be there, Padstow is famous for The Sea Food Restaurant that the celebrity chef owns, but his fish and chips are note worthy too. Just at the end, or start, of the Camel Trail you can tuck in and id you fancy it, walk it off alongside the stunning Camel estuary.

2. Peckish Fish and Chips in the village of Camelford often wins awards and is a favourite with the locals – always a good sign! Quite well priced, freshly cooked and delicious.

3. At Indian Queens you have the Port and Starboard restaurant and takeaway. Consistent in quality, this place does get busy.  On certain days you can enjoy gluten free too.

4. Rock ‘n’ Roll Plaice, in you guessed it, Rock, is worth a mention. Can get very busy at popular times but why not enjoy your lovely fresh fish and then wonder down to the beach to gaze at that view.

5. Back to Padstow, where there is stiff competition, you’ll find Chip Ahoy. With generous portions this is a well priced and popular chippy, one the locals all shoat about!

There are our five to try, and this is just the north coast, pretty much wherever you go in Cornwall you’ll find a fishy treat. After a long day site seeing, sometimes only chips will do.

Photo of Rick Stein’s fish and chips

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