If you live in Devon, or even if you are just visiting, you’ll know that the local seafood is one of the main highlights for locals and tourists alike. However, from all the glorious seafood you can get in Devon, there’s one which is more popular than the rest; fish and chips.
So we’ve listed for you 10 of the best places to get your fish and chips fix in Devon, thanks to all the amazing suggestions from our social media following. If we’ve missed any out, let us know in the comments or tweet us @MiHiDigital.
Krispies is owned and lovingly run by Tim and Kelly Barnes. Their vision is to give the best Fish & Chip experience by providing outstanding quality, service, cleanliness and value and to make every customer smile.
This was the first Rockfish restaurant, which overlooks the spectacular river Dart. The river is full of ever changing activity, from fishing & sailing boats to super yachts, there is something new and interesting everyday throughout the year. This restaurant has 90 covers with an upstairs area that can be hired for private celebrations and in warm days they have a small terrace to eat in the sun.
Squires fish restaurant is located in the village of Braunton, in sunny North Devon. This stylish restaurant seats 130 comfortably over two floors, as well as offering a take-away for those who can’t wait to sit down. Over the last 40 years it has built up a reputation of serving award winning fish and chips as well as offering service that it second to none.
Want some of the Best Fish and Chips in North Devon? The Pelican are proud to be a top five finalist for the National Fish & Chip Awards 2017! They are extremely passionate about their fish and chips and are one of a growing number of good fish and chip shops that are helping to Turn the Tide on Overfishing by choosing to buy wild-caught or farmed fish from sustainably and responsibly managed fisheries.
Simply Fish, Brixham
Roberts Fisheries / Simply Fish is a family run business with its heart in the Fishing Industry. They support Brixham through both arms of their business by using local boats and employing local people. They love their town and want everyone to know it.
Quality fish and chips and fresh, sustainable seafood have always been important at Harbourside. Their unique restaurant and takeaway has always been a favourite of local residents and tourists alike, and without local support they wouldn’t be where they are today.
Ashley and his team welcome you to Frydays for the very best of British Fish & Chips situated just off the seafront in Seaton – Gateway to the Jurassic Coast.
At Frydays they prepare only the finest quality British Potatoes, along with the highest quality seafood, sourced from sustainable stocks. Fried using their homemade batter in high quality oils to produce their famous award winning Fish & Chips.
La Catina Street Kitchen, Exeter
La Catina Street Kitchen have taken their cooking to the streets of Exeter. Fresh local seafood, Gourmet burgers, pulled pork & more all cooked with local ingredients by chef Tim Golder. Keep an eye out for them!
The Fish Shed, Topsham
Part of a much bigger food hub, in the shape of Dart’s Farm, the Fish Shed combines a wet fishmongers shop with a fish ‘n’ chip outlet extraordinaire. Choose from a wide range of fish, all of them caught locally in Lyme Bay and purchased straight off the boats, and have them cooked to your liking. If you fancy something a little be more special, push the boat out have lobster.
Start Bay Inn, Torcross
The Start Bay Inn have been welcoming customers since 1977 and take great pride in the fabulous quality of their seafood, local specialties and well-kept bar.
They strive to source local fresh seafood wherever possible and try to use as much as they can from Start Bay.