Apart from the beachside suburbs of Sydney, the following establishments produce quality fish and chips in Sydney. It is always a joy to come to the Sea Breeze at Darling Street Rozelle. The renovations have been a good thing for this establishment by the looks of things. Expect a bit of a wait for your meals to be ready, but it has been so worth the wait many times over. We are talking a small serve of hot chips with four fish cocktails; I was full.
My youngest niece loves her mum's pizzas on a Friday night, but I was in the mood for fish and chips after a full on day with one of my clients but my niece never sways away from mum's pizzas for anything; but Sea Breeze broke that trend with their fresh, flavoursome and mouthwatering fish and chips. I always come to this establishment whenever I am in Sydney without fail.
Also the QVB Gourmet Seafoods make delicious seafood salads - their fish cocktails (with chicken salt or without any salt) with a lemon wedge; at only $3.50 for four of them, is exceptional value. Still very fresh upon closing at the end of any given business day during the week, and on weekends; with the exception of Thursday nights. Fast and friendly service, I also love it here. Feel prosperous and love the presentation, just stunning. Another favourite.
This place wins more so for their prawn salad, although their fish is also spectacular at Quay Seafood Fish and Chips. I always come here if I am not in the mood for a restaurant based lunch around Circular Quay. Wonderful customer service here as well.
For a high quality fish burger, I come to Balmain Blu on Darling Street. For only $4.95, it would be so suicidal to buy one of McDonald's fish burgers as this is so much better in all ways which definitely makes the trip to Balmain oh so worth it.