One of the most enjoyable things you can do while you’re on holiday is eat fish and chips by the sea. The combination of hearing waves crashing and seagulls chirping while you’ve got the smell of vinegar in your nose and a bag of chips warming your hands is like nothing else. That’s why we’re dedicating this article to our favourite fish and chips to get near Ballyhalbert Holiday Park…
Yer Coddin Me
Arguably the best name for a fish and chips shop ever! But they haven’t made the list simply because of their name. No, this fish and chips shop is like no other because it also does Sunday lunch and desserts! Not many fish and chips restaurants can say that. You can choose to dine in or takeaway and they were nominated in the NI TakeAway Awards 2020 in the ‘Best Newcomer Category’ just missing out on the top prize but coming home with a highly commended recognition so you know the food is great!
Talbot’s catch is well known for its fantastic fish and chips, but also its great service and friendly staff. Serving up traditional fish and chips plus a few other popular menu items such as battered sausage supper, fried onions and curry, and sweet chilli chicken, it’s worth a visit if you ever find yourself on Ballyhalbert High Street.
Lucy’s chippy is right on the seafront so you can step out onto the beach with your fish and chips and enjoy a wonderful view. Plus, with 5 stars on TripAdvisor, the food is outstanding! From the outside this fantastic chippy looks pretty unassuming but don’t let that deceive you – Lucy’s is a lovely spot for some traditional fish and chips after a stroll on the beach.
Ballyhalbert Holiday Park
Ballyhalbert Holiday Park is one of the best holiday parks Northern Ireland has to offer. And with fish and chips shops like these on its doorstep, it’s easy to see why. But it offers much more than that. Ballyhalbert Holiday Park has its own mini golf course, multipurpose clubhouse and ice cream parlour, making it an excellent choice for families looking for a seaside holiday.