5 of Ireland’s Best Fish & Chip Restaurants
Fish and chips is an Irish institution in every sense of the word – no other dish encapsulates the summer cuisine better But with so many fish and chip eateries operating all over the Ireland, it can take a long time to seek out the establishments that really strive for the very best. That’s why we’ve put this list together, featuring five of the best fish and chip takeaways, shops and restaurants in Ireland.
65 Henry St, Galway, H91 DP78
The award winning Hooked seafood restaurant on Henry Street has earned a reputation for serving the best fish and chips in the city with their expertly battered fish and fluffy chips that will keep you coming back for more.
2 Werburgh St, Christchurch Pl, Dublin, D08 HC82
The original Leo Burdocks in Christchurch. Many generations of Dubliners have grown up carrying away a ‘great oul feed’, as it was known for generous portions of the freshest quality fish and the tastiest chips in Dublin, the lasting proof of its success is in the almost never-ending queues, which speaks for itself.
Kilmore Quay, County Wexford Y35 W281
If there is one takeaway in the whole of county Wexford that gets talked about more than any other, it’s The Saltee Chipper in Kilmore Quay. Winner of Best Fish & Chips Ireland – YesChef Irish Takeaway Awards 2019, It serves some of the freshest fish and chips in the country….But be warned the queues can be Legendary!
Bridge St, Dingle, Co. Kerry
Locals queue along the street to get hold of the freshly cooked local haddock (or cod, or monkfish, or hake, or mackerel…) and chips at this tiny outlet. Reckoned to be one of the best chippies in Kerry, if not in Ireland.
137 Bandon Rd, The Lough, Cork, T12 C959
Jackie Lennox’s the country’s first purpose-built fish and chip shop and the famous chipper is a real Cork institution with one hungry punter commenting they’ve
“Died and gone to fish and chipper heaven”