Friday 2nd June is National Fish & Chip Day which sounds like a perfect excuse for a trip to Brighton & Hove!

As this is a city by the sea you will be spoilt for choice when for looking for plaices to visit.

If you want the full traditional seaside experience then head straight to the Brighton Palace Pier's Palm Court Restaurant. You can either dine-in or get the fish & chips to takeaway as you enjoy a stroll along the pier. Although be warned our local seagulls have been known to swoop in and steal a chip or two!

Another popular place for classic fish & chips is The Regency on the corner of Regency Sqaure which has great views to the sea, the West Pier and Brighton i360. The portions are generous so this is a great value option.

Fans of fine dining will be pleased to hear that the majority of our seafood restaurants still have Fish & Chips on the menu so whether you fancy dining al freso in The Lanes at English's or taking in seaviews at Riddle & Finns you can still enjoy this classic dish. 

If you fancy something a bit different then head to The Lanes and visit Rybka. The name means “the fish likes to swim” which is an old Polish saying relating to the tradition of eating pickled fish with a generous chaser of frozen vodka. Why? Because the fish likes to swim.

Vegetarians can still join in as one of the most popular dishes at Terre à Terre is the Better Batter & Lemony Yemeni Relish. Instead of fish the dish includes buttermilk soaked halloumi soaked in chip shop batter served with vodka-spiced tomatoes; pea mint hash and, of course, thick chips.

Alternatively why not work up an appetite with an adrenline-fueled ride on the Brighton Zip before indulging in fish & chips from their Bar & Kitchen?

Or if it's just the seaviews you're after then sit back & relax at OhSo Social

For more ideas see our Seafood page but wherever you go enjoy National Fish & Chip Day!





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