Secret Norfolk; A Fish and Chip Tour of the Norfolk Coast
Written by Nicole Ranaweera
A visit to the Norfolk coast is just not complete without a trip to the chippy for some freshly caught fish and chips! I’m taking you on a fish and chip tour of the Norfolk coast, from East to West with my pick of 10 of the best chippies to stop off at along the way…
With a vast menu you can choose from traditional fish fare to grilled chicken, halloumi and more! They cater for vegetarians and offer gluten free options on request too.
Winterton on Sea
Offering a good range of traditional fish & chip fare, this chippy is a favourite with locals and holiday goers alike. Gluten free options are available.
You can find this chip shop on the Coast Road, just 5 minutes drive from Happisburgh. This fish & chip shop cooks whilst you wait and can offer some fantastic sea views.
If you’re near Mundesley this summer then put this chippy on your list to try. Take your chips to go and enjoy some fresh sea air whilst tucking into freshly cooked fish with light and crispy batter.
Run by renowned chef, Galton Blackiston you’ll find locally sourced produce and views of the pier and sea at this great chippy. Either grab and go or eat in.
One of the best fish & chip shops in North Norfolk, just follow the A149 along the coast till you pass East Runton’s chippie. A traditional chip shop, you’ll find homemade treats on the menu and fantastic fresh tasting food.
Located just off the main road in the seaside town of Sheringham, you’ll find large, reasonably priced portions and all the traditional offerings of British fish & chips! Eat in or take away. Plan a short break to Sheringham.
A long established traditional fish & chip shop, Platten’s has been serving both visitors and residents since 1966. Enjoy your freshly fried fish in their restaurant with picturesque costal views or takeaway and enjoy the atmosphere of Wells’ harbour on the Quayside.
Run by Eric Snaith, head chef at Titchwell Manor, this wonderful chippie, just a stone’s throw from the beach, harks back to traditional fish & chip shops, but fuses the old with a modern European twist.
Using locally sourced fish where possible you’ll find a good menu to suit all tastes. Very popular with locals and tourists alike, the long queues will be worth it! Eat in or takeaway.