Who doesn’t love fish and chips?
Fish and Chips in Wellington are easy to come by. As a nation, New Zealand seems to go just as mad as the British for the battered fish and potatoes cooked the best way. [Featured Image: Mai Quốc Tùng Lâm, Unsplash].
But, you’re probably going to need to know which spots serve some up some of the best fish and chips in Wellington, since we’re all so spoiled for choice. Not that you can really go wrong with any of the wonderful Wellington spots. Here’s 5 delicious spots.
A firm favourite of the Wellington fish and chips scene. It’s artistically simple. Some great looking, great tasting portions served with beers on taps. What is not to like? From fish burgers to battered cod to fish finger sandiwches to beer-battered oysters. There’s something for all over at the Thorndon Chippery.
📍 10 Murphy Street, Thorndon, 6011
2. Huckle & Co.
Huckle & Co. are another excellent choice for fish and chips in Wellington. Here you’ll find some generous portions to nuzzle at on a windy day by the beach. Exactly the way the first fish and chips consumers intended!
📍 31A Dundas Street, Seatoun, 6022
3. Fidel’s Cafe
“Serving the people since 1996”, Fidel’s cafe knows its way around their grub. Perhaps best known for their coffees, Cubanos and burgers, but do not let this make you discount their seafood! Fidel’s serves up a mean fish and chips, which even has its own Friday happy hour.
📍 234 Cuba Street, Te Aro, 6011
Another famous spot on Cuba Street hailed for its wonderful guys. The guys at Wellington Seamarket serve up a masterclass of fresh fish and chips that you can munch on to your hearts content.
📍 220 Cuba Street, Te Aro, 6011
Fish and chips by the beach is a truly unbeatable activity in life. As suggested by the name, that’s exactly what you’ll get at Seaview Takeaway. Plus, the food is top quality with some very generous portions to go around.
📍 92 Lyall Parade, Lyall Bay, 6022