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Top Five Fish and Chips

Top Five Fish and Chips

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It’s national fish & chips day, so we thought we’d share with you our top 5 fish and chips stops in Portsmouth.

There is nothing more British than fish and chips. Freshly cooked, piping hot, smothered in salt and vinegar – it simply cannot be beaten! But did you know that fish and chips are good for us nutritionally. They’re a valuable source of protein, fibre, iron and vitamins, providing a third of the recommended daily allowance of vitamins for men and nearly half for women.

Earlier this year, our team of experts trawled Portsmouth to discover the very best fish and chip restaurants and takeaways. So, if you haven’t had the pleasure of tasting, do yourself a favour and give one, or all of them, a go!

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  1. Kingfisher, 10 Albert Road, Southsea
  2. Whistler’s Fine Fish & Chips, Hayling Island (they also have a gluten free option)
  3. Southsea Beach Cafe, Southsea
  4. Loch Fyne, Gunwharf Quays
  5. Village Fish Bar, Gosport





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