One of the most popular British food favourites loved by tourists and locals alike is undoubtedly fish and chips. There are hundreds of fish and chip shops around Kent, with many being located in the coastal areas of the county. But it can often be confusing when it comes to choosing a fish and chips shop with such a wide choice of establishments to choose from. That’s why we have come up with a guide to some of the best fish and chips shops in Kent so that you don’t have to decide where to go.
One of the best fish and chips shops around can be found in Ramsgate, with the highest TripAdvisor rating in Kent. Shakey Shakey Fish Bar continues to be a favourite with locals and serves up some of the best food in the county. Their menu features all of your fish and chip shop favourites with a range of fish, sausages and pies, as well as chicken and burgers, too. They even offer a Vegan menu on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday and plenty of gluten-free items on the menu, too!
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Another great fish and chips shop is located just around the corner from one of our stores in Maidstone, with one of the best rankings on TripAdvisor. The shop has a large restaurant for eating in and a wide range of food available on the menu for you to choose from. The food is reasonably priced and they even offer breakfast too so you can always find something to eat at this local restaurant. They are known for their fish and chips however and the restaurant has regularly been a finalist in the national fish and chips awards.
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This fantastic family run and independent restaurant overlooks the beach in Margate and is a firm favourite for fish and chips. Their modern British menu specialises in seafood and changes seasonally. The fish is sourced locally where possible and the restaurant works closely with their suppliers. They have a large dining area and a reasonably priced menu with something for everyone to enjoy. The restaurant was recently awarded Kent Restaurant of the Year at the Taste of Kent Awards and has a certificate of excellence from TripAdvisor.
Take a look at their menu and more on their website.
This delightful restaurant in Gravesend serves a traditional menu and prides themselves on offering local produce where available. They have a wide menu featuring a lot of classic items as well as some other favourites such as calamari and scampi. The shop has a large restaurant so that you can eat in and has been running for nearly 100 years after opening in 1920. There are gluten free options on the menu and they are even fully licenced to serve alcohol on site, so what are you waiting for?
Find out more online here.
You can always rely on a delicious plate of fresh fish and chips at Aqua 43, with all the ingredients sourced as locally as possible. The fish on offer at the restaurant comes from a nearby fishmonger, potatoes come from a local farm and the eggs actually come from the owner’s very own hens. One of the most popular items on their menu is their highly rated pies, along with a wide range of other traditional favourites. With great reviews and moderately priced food, make sure you give aqua 43 a go if you are in the local area.
Check out their website online here.