National Fish & Chip Day 2021: Northumberland Gazette readers pick their favourite places

It’s fish and chip Friday – and as the nation celebrates one of its favourite dishes, we want to know where you’re going for yours!

By Debra Fox
Friday, 4th June 2021, 4:55 am

National Fish & Chip Day is back for a sixth year and today (Friday, June 4) is all about celebrating the industry involved in the iconic meal.

From chippies and pubs to restaurants and retailers, we asked the Northumberland Gazette readers to shout out their favourite place to go fish and chips.

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More than 200 people got in touch on the Gazette’s Facebook page to share their number one pick. You can add your own to our post here.

So whether you’re having cod or haddock, curry sauce or gravy, salt and vinegar or not, there’ll be somewhere offering your ideal chippy tea.

While you ponder over your order and wait for dinner time to roll around, take a look at the list below and decide where you’re going.

Here are some of the most popular suggestions, as made by the readers:

National Fish and Chip Day is on Friday, June 4.

Angel Fish & Chip Shop, Main Street, Corbridge

Broadway Chippy, Broadway Cir, Blyth

Cannon, Castlegate, Berwick

Carlo's, Market Street, Alnwick

The Castle Brew House, Castle Terrace, Warkworth

Cindy & Millie's, Market Place, Wooler

Coastline, Links Road, Blyth

The Craster Arms, The Wynding, Beadnell

Geoff Allan Catering, Wooler

Golden Chippy, The Precinct, Hadston

Harbour Fish Bar, Broomhill Street, Amble

Kielder 2 Fish Bar, Leander Avenue, Stakeford

Lewis's Fish Restaurant, Main Street, Seahouses

Masons Arms, Dial Place, Warkworth

Neptune Fish Restaurant, Seafield Road, Seahouses

The Sea Chef, St Luke’s Road, Hexham

Queen’s Plaice, Queen Street, Amble

Victoria House Fish and Chip Shop, Victoria Terrace, Alnwick

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