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Fish and Chips in Terrigal

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by Ashleigh Meikle (subscribe)
Writer, student, traveller.
Published June 7th 2012
When you hit the pavement in front of Terrigal Beach, you are instantly greeted by the smell of the sea and of fish and chips wafting from the three fish and chips shops along the esplanade.

Terrigal Beach

The first fish and chips shop to greet you is the Snapper Spot. Here, you can eat at the store, take it home, or eat on the beach. With generous servings, the Snapper Spot is often busy, but you will still get a satisfying meal and you are able to choose from battered fish or fried fish, or even take home fresh fish if you desire. Price is reasonable here too.

Walking along a bit, and on the corner opposite Bakers Delight is Fishbonez. More than just a fish and chips shop, there is a wide variety here, including breakfast options such as bacon and eggs, as well as the traditional fish and chips, burgers, and many other choices. Unlike the Snapper Spot, you may eat in or take away here, and if you eat in, the food is brought to you. With many options to eat and drink, it is a popular place and with views across to the beach, is often packed around lunchtime.

Terrigal Beach

Across to the other corner, just before you head on over to the Crowne Plaza, sits Blue Bells. Blue Bells, whilst a basic fish and chips shop, still has tables outside, but most people take their delicious meal across the road and sit watching the waves roll in. Here too you have the option of fresh and cooked seafood, though if you are planning to stay at the beach, often a better option is cooked seafood.

One final fish and chips place in Terrigal sits over in the Haven, a quick drive over the hill, and you are at the opposite end of Terrigal, near the Skillion.

Terrigal Beach from the Haven

Haven Seafood is the final fish and chips shop that provides take away facilities. With gorgeous views and delicious fish and chips across all four restaurants, fish and chips lovers will be spoilt for choice when it comes to finding that perfect serving of fish and chips.
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Why? To Enjoy yummy fish and chips
When: Any time
Where: Terrigal Beach
Cost: Average $10 for a fish and chips pack
Your Comment
Hi Ashleight, views from Haven Seafood look very nice. Congratulations on the award. Well done.
by Wendy (score: 2|878) 2477 days ago
Haven Seafood fish and chips were very ordinary. The fish was thawed frozen fish which had no taste. The kids didnt finish their fish as they tasted so bad.
by Ke (score: 0|2) 1999 days ago
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