Best Fish ‘n’ Chips In and Around East Brisbane
We’ve had a love affair with fish and chips for decades—fresh battered fish paired with nice chips perfect in any occasion. But if you want new twists to this classic snack, here are your best bets:
The Barra Boys
The Barra Boys offer East Brisbane what they deserve—fresh and sumptuous favourites. They serve fish and chips, potato scallops, nuggets, sweet potato chips, prawn cutlets and so much more. You can wash them down with beer or wine if you’re not in a rush.
Drop by at 1007 Stanley Street East to experience for yourself!
The Fishmonger’s Wife
The Fishmonger’s Wife moved to Hawthorne last year after the closure of East Brisbane’s Spar supermarket. Patrons don’t need to worry about this store being too far, as it’s just a 4-minute drive from East Brisbane. They found their new home in a 100-year old heritage home, giving off a homely and warm atmosphere to everyone.
Try out their awesome offerings at 48 Orchard Street, Hawthorne.
Paper Fish promises to keep “the easy, but ditch the greasy”, for those who want to indulge their fish and chip cravings without feeling guilty. For their fish you can choose from barramundi, blue grenadier and salmon, and add a salad, chips, or their Japanese potato cake—a must-try. Aside from fresh and guilt-free food, they’re environment-friendly with their biodegradable napkins, bags, cutlery, etc.
Paper Fish is located at 6c Little Stanley St, South Bank.
Banter Bar & Seafood
Banter is a chill bar with beautiful blue lights, white walls, and wooden seating that’s definitely Instagram-worthy. They offer a wide variety of awesome beers and fish and chips—you can opt it to be gluten-free. If you want a good night of banter with your mates, Banter is the place to go.
Visit Banter at 708 Main St, Kangaroo Point.
West End’s Sea Fuel is cosy, rustic, and inviting. You would want to sit down and chow down their fresh fish—whether be it grilled, crumbed, or battered—complimented with chips and a tasty of your choice.
Make everyday a special occasion at 57 Vulture St, West End.
Where do you get your fish and chips fix? Let me know in the comments!