Welcome to Aldeburgh Fish and Chip Shop.
Home of outstanding Fish and Chips since 1967.

We are widely regarded as one of the best Fish and Chip Shops in Britain. Come and try us to discover why. Fried the same way since 1967, we use fresh fish from the East Coast and delicious local potatoes to make our own chips.

Cooked while you wait and then wrapped into a delicious hot package, enjoy your Fish and Chips the Aldeburgh way – sat on the seawall watching the waves breaking against the pebbles. No visit to the Suffolk coast is complete without it.

But don’t just take our word for it . . .
here is what the Fish & Chip critics have to say.

“It really was the best fish and chips in the world. Such dense, meaty fish, briney with the recent juices of the sea.  Very light batter, dry with its own meatiness from the beef dripping in which it was fried, and a heady fish-meat vapour in the wafer-thin air gap between.  Perfect English chips: firm, dry, almost crispy, hot, hot, hot with a ‘mouth-filling yomp’ of floury potato.”
The Times Magazine (April 2008)

“The finest chippie in Suffolk, and quite possibly the universe.”
The Guardian Weekend (April 2006)

“In Aldeburgh, I often pick up the world’s most delicious fresh fish and chips. They’re just perfect for warming you up after a brisk, cold walk”
Stuart Gillies: Waitrose Food Illustrated (October 2008)

“The best fish and chips money can buy, especially when eaten on the sea wall.”
Harden’s Restaurant Guide (2008)

“The Aldeburgh chippie is arguably the best in the world”
The Sunday Mirror (July 2006)


Our Menu & Opening Hours 29/03/15 – 04/04/15

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Lunch 12 – 2.30pm
Lunch CLOSED                  Evening CLOSED
Lunch 11.45 – 2pm             Evening CLOSED
Lunch 11.45 – 2pm             Evening  CLOSED
Lunch 11.45 – 2pm             Evening  5 – 8pm
Open 12 – 9pm
Open 12 – 9pm

Don’t forget, if The Aldeburgh Fish and Chip Shop is not open, we offer the exact same delicious Fish & Chips at The Golden Galleon just down the road.

“The finest chippie in Suffolk, and quite possibly the universe.”