One of the most regular questions we recieve at reception is “where can I get fish and chips?” Being located slap bang in the Midlands (about as far away from the sea as you can get) doesn’t stop Nottingham from serving up some great fish and chips. Here are our favourite spots..
George’s Great British Kitchen
One of the best places to eat in town. Not only do they offer delicious flakey fish and twice cooked chips but also fried fish in onion bahji batter (the best) or a smoked paprika option too. You can even add mushy pea fritters or Stilton chips on the side. Yum. Oh and they have a gin bar too!
The Cod’s Scallops
Located on Mansfield Road just a few minutes on the bus from Igloo Annexe and Pods this place is worth the visit as it was voted the best fish and chips in the UK! This is THE ultimate fish and chip shop. Whilst they have all the classics they will grill or fry pretty much anything on their fresh fish counter including lots of seasonal delicacies. We recommend the battered salmon and chips. Everything is fried in beef dripping so not great for veggies who just want chips but this method officially makes the tastiest chips and crispiest batter bits in town. See the full menu here: https://www.codsscallops.com/our-menu/
Located in Trinity Square this small takeaway is good for a casual and quick lunch or evening takeaway treat. Their mini fish and chips are iconic!
The Angel Microbrewery
Trendy microbrewery meets traditional pub. Not only do they do traditional fish and chips but there are veggie and vegan versions too! For vegetarians, halloumi in beer batter, or for vegans lemon marinated tempeh, both fried in beer batter and served with hand cut fries, pea puree, and homemade tartare sauce. See the menu here: http://www.angelmicrobrewery.com/menu.html
Lace Market Fish Bar
Classic chippy located in Hockley, one of the best takeaways in town. Open until 3am so great for late munchies after a night out or after the ice hockey! https://en-gb.facebook.com/Lace-market-fish-bar-772071789527097/