If you are looking for some of the best Fish and Chips in Brighton these are the places you need to try…
When you think of Brighton, there are a few things that come to mind. Its quirky culture, the Pier, sticks of rock and of course fish and chips. Whether enjoyed in a restaurant or wrapped in paper and dripping when vinegar on a deck chair on the beach, we’ve put together some of the best fish and chips in Brighton…
Just a stone throw from the beach and situated next to Brighton Pier, Ohso Brighton is definitely worth a visit if you are after some of the best fish and chips in Brighton. The Bar and restaurant are lively, perfect for adults and kids alike and it offers some of the best views of the seafront whilst tucking into a delicious fish and chips. The portion sizes are great and chips are tasty 0 -it’s the perfect place to sit back and listen to the waves while you dig in.
250a Kings Rd, Brighton BN1 1NB
Located between the two piers on the seafront, Lucky Beach is a popular destination due to the spectacular views of the coast when dining outside. They pride themselves with their local, sustainable food and drink. The fish is landed locally in Brighton and delivered each morning and if you love coffee it’s their own organic accredited roastery. If you have a friend with you who doesn’t like fish they have plenty of other options on the menu – but be sure to order their chips with it!
183 Kings Rd, Brighton BN1 1NB
What better way than to enjoy a good fish and chips than on the Pier itself. Sit down inside and enjoy the coastal views or enjoy a walk along the pier (thought you need to watch out for the chip-pinching seagulls!) The fish is delicious and fresh whilst the chips have the perfect crunch. You can even add a glass of bubbly to your order in the restaurant – what more could you want from one of the best fish and chips in Brighton?!
Brighton Palace Pier, Madeira Drive
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Fairly new to the foodie scene since it’s opening in 2016, the Jetty is the place to go if you like a more luxury setting whilst enjoying your Fish and Chips. Multi-award winning, you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views across Brighton’s iconic seafront whilst tucking into a delicious cod or haddock. Ingredients and dishes are locally sourced and accompanied by an extensive wine and cocktail list, your fish and chips in Brighton have just got even better…
Brighton Harbour Hotel, 64 Kings Rd, Brighton BN1 1NA
Known to serve the best quilty fish and chips in Brighton, the Bankers pride themselves in customer service and great quality food. They will only source their fish from sustainable fishing sources and use a variety of specially selected farmers to ensure they can consistently source the best possible potato for their chips. You can dine-in, take out or order deliveroo if you want to enjoy your fish and chips at the comfort of your own home.
116A Western Rd, Hove, Brighton BN1 2AB
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The Regency Fish is one of the oldest and most popular fish and chips restaurants in Brighton having been turned into a restaurant in the early 1930’s. Here you can enjoy battered, fried or grilled fish with either chips or salad whilst enjoying spectacular views of the i360 and the West Pier. They may not be the fanciest fish and chips in Brighton but they certainly produce great quality at a fair price.
131 Kings Rd, Brighton BN1 2HH