20 of your favourite places for National Fish and Chip Day in Northumberland

Everyone has a top pick for the best place to get a chippy tea.

Friday, 4th September 2020, 11:39 am

So for National Fish and Chip Day – on Friday, September 4 – we asked you to share your best suggestions for where to go across Northumberland.

Whether you eat them from the paper or on a plate, one of these chip shops will suit your appetite.

Check out our reader suggestions from the Northumberland Gazette Facebook page:

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Where's your favourite place for fish and chips? Picture: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images.

Chrissie Gray: “Carlo’s in Alnwick is always spot on and since lockdown have offered a delivery service which is brilliant. Food arrives hot, non greasy and the batter is crispy!”

Amanda Carey: “I had really nice fish and chips for lunch at The Cookie Jar.”

Ann Prinn: “Harbour Fish Bar, Amble.”

Paul Le-Breton: “Geoff Allan Catering, South Road, Wooler, they're amazing! You can sit by the river to eat them. Lush!”

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Jean Harvey: “Castlegate Fish and Chip Shop in Berwick, scrumptious.”

Tom Jardine: “Harbour View, Seaton Sluice, huge fresh fish and lovely chips.”

Shareen Larmour: “Lewis's Fish Restaurant, Seahouses.”

Linda Paul: “The Fish Shack, Amble Harbour, best by far.”

Julie Littler: “Pinnacles all day long ... amazing.”

Amanda Toward: "The Shack, Cambois!”

Helen Trotman: “Neptune’s in Seahouses or The Joiners Arms.”

Sue Cunningham: “Broadway Chippy, Blyth.”

Dorothy Macdonald: “A shout for The Widdy Chippy!”

Amy Margaret Kerr: “The Sea Horse at Guidepost.”

Caroline Gordon: “John Dory Chippy in Belford.”

Paul Purvis: “Milburn Chippy Ashington.”

Vikki Armstrong: “Victoria Chippy hands down.”

Stella Rachel Baker: “Coastline in Blyth.”

Paul K Cass: “Percy Arms, Chatton.”

Julie Wilson: “V Gorman’s, North Seaton.”

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