Fish and chips is a dish I always look forward to eating when I am in the UK. Sure, you can eat it in other countries, but somehow it never tastes quite the same. These photos were taken last autumn while I was staying with my friend living in the South of England.
Harry's Café Bournemouth - The Worlds Most Famous Fish & Chips

I love that building and the light shining on it with the dramatic sky looming behind it. However we did not eat at Harry’s Café. Instead we picked up fish and chips at a small family business place my friend knew. It just tasted SO good!
Fish & Chips

By the way, what you see here is my portion only… We were told that they had run out of “big” pieces of fish and therefore were given us two “small” ones instead. I wonder what the big filets looked like?

24 thoughts on “Fish & Chips”

  1. It really was delicious. Thanks for the tip, I will know next time! I did eat all of it, though… 😉 xx

    1. Happy days indeed… Time for more soon, I think!
      Thank you for keeping up the quality control, I knew I could count on you! 😉 xx

  2. Fish and chips at the seaside, haven’t done that in ages. Yours looks like it was amazing and huge too! Is it wrong I’m wanting it for breakfast?! Thank you so much for sharing with #whatsthestory

    1. I will definitely go for it again next time I am in the UK! It was huge indeed, still ate it all though…
      Nothing wrong with having this for breakfast. 😉 xx

  3. My nan owned a fish & chip shop and they were amazing. Shortly after the war, when rationing and money was quite tight, nan wo9uld scallop potatoes around the fish and then batter it so it was a meal in itself. She used to serve this to us as well when we were growing up. I can still taste it now. Fab post #whatsthestory

  4. Always a favourite of ours when we go to the seaside. I love the idea from Cathie too – battered fish and chips in one piece – genius!

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