Big fan of fish and chips but not sure where the best of it is in Sydney?

We’ve got you covered!

Check out these establishments for some of the best darn takeaway greasy goodness you can get in our fine city.

North Bondi Fish
120 Ramsgate Ave, North Bondi

As beachy as it gets! Matt Moran serves up local flathead cooked in a light beer batter – it’s simple, traditional and tasty.

A Fish Called Coogee
229 Coogee Bay Rd, Coogee

With queues stretching out the door, A Fish Called Coogee lets you choose the fish and wait for it to be cooked for you. You can go fancy, with plenty of Asian flavours and marinades, or you can just get the classic fish and chips combo.

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The Boathouse
Governor Phillip Park, Palm Beach

Right next to the beach, this casual yet classy establishment feels like a getaway. It’s also in the location of Home and Away’s iconic dinner, for even more of a throwback vibe. The fish and chips is a little pricey at $22.50, but worth every mouthful.

The Fish Shop
22 Challis Ave, Potts Point

Alongside a huge seafood menu, the fish and chips at this simply named joint come with your pick of side sauces, and are voted by many in Sydney as the best in town.

Watsons Bay Hotel
1 Military Rd, Watsons Bay

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Grab some fish and chips and walk out to a nearby patch of grass and enjoy.

Windsor Seafood
74 George St, Windsor

Out in Western Sydney, this spot is just a short way away from the river. Bonus – besides the delicious food, there’s a resident Macaw bird who hangs out inside!

Bottom of the Harbour
21 The Esplanade, Balmoral Beach

Head to the beach with your fish and chips to enjoy the sun, sand and salty goodness.

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