Fried fish in batter is believed to have been made popular in England by Jews arriving from Spain and Portugal during the reign of King Henry VIII. And first teamed with chips in England in the mid-Victorian era.
In Cork, we could claim to have taken this classic combo and perfected it, with fish fresh from our Atlantic shores and potatoes from the lush fields behind.
It’s a heavenly combination. And you simply cannot visit Cork without trying our famous, much-loved Fish n’Chips.
A funky French gourmet Fish n’Chip shop perched on the pier wall of a fishing village located about as far west as you can go in Europe? If you are...
On the harbour-front in the food-obsessed town of Kinsale, is famous for what Cork people would call “Posh” Fish n’Chips.
A little food truck serving up local fried fish and chips
The famous black-painted island lighthouse in the quirky fishing village is hoe to the old fisherman's pub.
A family owned seafood bar serving up fish caught by their own boats off the coasts of Cork
A ten minute walk from the city centre, Lennox's Chip Shop is a much-loved Cork institution
Just outside the city in the suburb of Douglas, the famous KC’s chipper is a local legend