Swish sit-down chippy serving suppers, platters, tacos and more – with a focus on provenance and the freshest fish.
Enter off the bustle of Gibson Street and you’ll find this is a posh, sit-down chippy par excellence. Much attention is paid to the slick, maritime-themed décor, from the exposed brickwork and hanging boats that display menus, to the blue and white banquettes and lobster crates above the door. The menu is vast and offers a wealth of choice, with everything from starters and platters to tacos, fish a la plancha, classics, buns and more. Most starters are shareable, from the salt and chilli squid with roast garlic and ginger mayo to the Scotch egg with Dingwall black pudding and pear chutney. Less amenable to sharing is the vegetable and tofu tempura taco – a delicious, vegan mess. But let’s not jest, the main event is battered fish and chips – take your pick of haddock, cod, sole goujons or langoustine tails. The crunchy batter is light, crispy and nigh-on faultless, the perfect shell for moist flakes of North Sea haddock. Grilled fillets of sea bass in lime and black pepper, meanwhile, come with crushed potatoes, sautéed greens and hollandaise sauce.
- Delivery: Via Deliveroo
- Provides: Halal options, Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Free wi-fi
- Capacity: 82
- Largest group: 82
- Open since: 2018
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 11
- House wine: £17.50 per bottle