Last rated: 05/10/2015
Every city - town, as well - should have a Fish City. It’s a clever, simple and principled concept that fills a gap in the marketplace by balancing traditional beliefs with a contemporary approach and innovative ideas. It’s basically fish and chips for a new millennium and a new generation.
Fish City has gained a whole bagful of awards, including being the Northern Ireland regional winner of the 2015 National Fish and Chip Awards, and being placed in their top three Healthy Eating Awards.
Healthy eating and working towards a sustainable environment are complementary: fish is MSC approved, there is a ‘lite’ menu such as Thai Green Fish Curry and Albacore Pasta Tuna Bake plus there are gluten-free and Lo Salt options. To round off their good intentions, the shop sponsors RNLI lifeboats and local charities.
Prices are remarkably reasonable for the quality: a lunch f&c special is £4.50. But you can also expect some twists on the standard such as Fishdog, cod on ciabatta bread with pea spread and tartare sauce (£5.95) and homemade paella (£6.50). Even the chips can get a dousing of Mexican or Texan Ranch sauce.
There is also a wide choice of burgers and chicken dishes and an extensive selection of takeaway dishes.
From the homemade mushy peas to the Italian designed furniture, baby chairs, daily papers and free tea and coffee top ups this is a top quality chippy. If it was possible to eat the pictures - we would!