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The Fish Place

45 The Esplanade, Weymouth DT4 8DH, UK

  • Eat & Drink
  • Fish & Chips

Alexandra Hotel

27-28 Esplanade, Weymouth DT4 8DN, UK

  • Accommodation
  • Eat & Drink

Chips Ahoy

6 Frederick Pl, Weymouth DT4 8HQ, UK

  • Eat & Drink
  • Fish & Chips

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Nautico Lounge

Nautico Lounge, Saint Thomas Street, Weymouth, UK

  • Eat & Drink
  • Restaurants

Old Harbour Fish and Chips

Saint Edmund Street, Weymouth DT4 8AR, UK

  • Eat & Drink
  • Restaurants

Bennett’s Fish and Chips

14 Trinity Rd, Weymouth DT4 8TJ, UK

  • Restaurants
  • Fish & Chips

Daniels Fish & Chips

396 Chickerell Road, Weymouth DT4 9TP, UK

  • Restaurants
  • Fish & Chips

King Edwards

100 Brunswick Terrace, Weymouth DT4 7AT, UK

  • Restaurants
  • Fish & Chips

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Fish ‘n’ Fritz

Fish ‘n’ Fritz, Market Street, Weymouth, UK

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Ahh…. Fish, chips and mushy peas! There is nothing more British than fish and chips.

Freshly cooked, piping hot fish and chips, smothered in salt and soused with vinegar, wrapped in newspaper and eaten out-of-doors on a cold and wintry day – it simply cannot be beaten, especially during a trip to the seaside! Whether you’re looking for a quiet restaurant to escape the hustle and bustle or a takeaway sitting on the harbour wall, you’ll be spoilt for choice as Weymouth is home to some of the best fish and chip shops in the country!

With so many options available here’s the low down on all the options, all perfectly positioned to enjoy during a day out in Weymouth.

So how, when and where did this quintessentially British dish come about?

The potato is thought to have been brought to England from the New World in the 17th century by Sir Walter Raleigh although it is believed that the French invented the fried potato chip.

Both Lancashire and London stake a claim to being the first to invent this famous meal – chips were a cheap, staple food of the industrial north whilst fried fish was introduced in London’s East End. In 1839 Charles Dickens referred to a “fried fish warehouse” in his novel, ‘Oliver Twist’.

The populace soon decided that putting fried fish and chips together was a very tasty combination and so was born our national dish of fish and chips!