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Fish and chips have been a British favourite since they first appeared in the 1860s.
A quintessential British dish, fish and chips are a delicious slice of history that brings together both residents and tourists alike. Blackpool boasts amazing fish and chips shops you can visit – maybe as part of a dinner and a show evening!
Crowned the UK’s Best Fish and Chips Takeaway in 2012, Seniors’ quality and value can be linked to the fresh fish, which is caught sustainably and sourced locally. Near Blackpool Zoo, Pleasure Beach, and Blackpool Tower, you’re sure to have a great day out!
Christopher Johnson built The Cottage in 1856 to use as a farm, originally calling it Flag Causeway Farm. Johnson picked up cobblestones every day at Blackpool beach to build his home, making the journey by horse and cart.
It’s been the most famous fish and chips shop since 1920, known for its freshness and featuring in Rick Stein’s ‘Seafood Lovers’ Guide’.
Located in the heart of Blackpool, Yorkshire Fisheries are the oldest fish and chips shop in Blackpool. They boast freshly delivered haddock every day, with cod that is frozen at sea to retain freshness and flavour. And the chips are, of course, peeled and chipped daily and of the highest quality.
It’s easy to see how Yorkshire Fisheries became a favourite!
Overlooking the Irish sea and providing dynamic views, the Beach house is a lovely fish and chips shop offering fresh, wholesome food. They add a Mediterranean feel to your local favourites – all of which are prepared in-house while they’re fresh.
And what’s better than a spot of food than delicious cocktails? Located in the heart of Blackpool, you’ll find Beach House a lovely and relaxed experience.
Once the holder of the Guinness World Record for the largest fish and chips shop in the world by sitting 250 people and serving almost a million customers a year, Harry Ramsdens is a well-known restaurant franchise serving delicious food.
Harry Ramsden started the business in 1928 at White Cross, Guiseley, West Yorkshire in a wooden hut. You can find Harry Ramsden’s at The Promenade for a lovely lunch with a great view.
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