Just off the boat trip we wanted a quick snack before moving on. The fish bar was the answer. Food cooked to order, very fresh, lots of choice.
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Seriously, the fish in this hole in the wall is so fresh in may as well have come out of the water adjacent when ordered. Light, flakey, and cooked perfectly in the lightest of batters. I had cod and the wife haddock. The chips were...More
The chip shop is tiny with no indoor seating (there are benches outside which are perfect for a overly day) but with big portions of the freshest tastiest fish I've ever eaten I cannot say anything negative about this little gem. The fish is hot,...More
We had a very simple lunch here, a cold pie (he's from Dundee!! Nuff said!!) served with chips (hot!!) and a portion of chips for me, but lovely fresh food and spoke to another couple who had haddock and monkfish......just lovely, they said.
The haddock was tasty and I very much enjoyed it, but the chips were not traditional 'chippy chips' which was a bit of a let down. The portion I received was disappointingly small. I paid almost £7 for a fish supper and could have fit...More
Friendly staff, decent nosh, right by the waterfront, quick (but not instant thank goodness) Worth a visit if you're passing through
Staying in a cottage nearby this was a good option after a long day out. The fish and chips were fresh and tasty . Staff were pleasent.