Fish & chips Food Delivery & Takeaway

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Consumer favourite Fish & chips delivery restaurants

Name Cuisine Speed
Min Order
Promotions
Rating
653 High st, Thornbury VIC  
00:00 to 02:00, 10:00 to 23:59
Italian Greek Average (4.9) $20

2/10 CNR Ghilgai and Gooding Dr, Merrimac QLD  
00:00 to 01:30, 17:00 to 23:59
Fish & chips Pizza Good (7) $25

2/10 Gooding Drive, Merrimac QLD  
00:00 to 01:30, 17:00 to 23:59
Fish & chips Pizza Good (6.8) $25

115 Blackshaws Road, Newport VIC  
17:00 to 21:30
Fish & chips Pizza Good (7.9) $15

726 Sydney rd, Brunswick VIC  
16:00 to 23:00
Fish & chips Pizza Average (4.4) $15

34 Columbia rd, Narre Warren VIC  
11:30 to 21:00
Fish & chips Good (6.5) $30

2/20 Linden Tree way, Cranbourne North VIC  
10:00 to 20:45
Fish & chips Good (6.8) $15

101a Prospect rd, Prospect SA  
11:00 to 21:00
Fish & chips Seafood Great (8.8) $15

4A/201 Varsity pde, Varsity Lakes QLD  
10:30 to 20:30
Fish & chips Great (9) $0

Shop 3/125-133 Brisbane st, Beaudesert QLD  
11:30 to 20:00
Fish & chips Gourmet Burger Not rated $15

1 Narrabeen Park Parade, Narrabeen NSW  
12:00 to 15:00, 17:00 to 21:00
Asian Chinese Not rated $40

61 Dreamworld Parkway, Coomera QLD  
05:00 to 20:30
Fish & chips Gourmet Chicken Great (10) $25

2/20 Mt Derrimut rd, Derrimut VIC  
11:00 to 20:30
Fish & chips Good (7) $25

Happy Chaps Cafe PICK UP ONLY

5/4 Hughie Edwards drv, Merriwa WA  
09:00 to 21:00
Fish & chips Not rated $0

307 Queen st, Altona Meadows VIC  
15:00 to 21:00
Fish & chips Pizza Good (6.1) $20

Fish & chips food delivery from local restaurants

Like much of the traditional fare of Australia, we can thank the British for fish and chips. This dish of battered fish and deep-fried chips has a recorded history of nearly 200 years in London, and has a record nearly as long here. The fish of choice in the UK are cod and haddock from the waters of the north Atlantic and North Sea. Australian fish and chips use local varieties of white fish like reef cod and rock cod, flakes, or barramundi from the ocean, but Australia has started to import more distant varieties from South African waters and freshwater fish from Southeast Asia (including farmed basa in very high volume).

Australian freshwater fish offerings are extremely varied and subject to seasonal availability. Subtleties exist in fish selection, but there's also the flavour of the batter and fryer. The simplest batter is a water-flour mixture with bicarb added for fluffy lightness, but beer or milk can be added to deepen the flavour and colour. Peanut or vegetable oil is used most frequently, but lard gives fish and chips a classic taste. These days fish and chips is a popular choice for takeaway. The same restaurants that serve fish and chips are often the ones serving burgers, hot dogs, and kebabs as well. Fish and chips can also be found in fine dining alongside crab cakes and other more exotic offerings. Here fish is framed with salad and a wedge of citrus and tartar sauce with capers is the condiment of choice, but mayonnaise from a packet or tomato sauce isn't out of the question. Though it can be found in forms just as varied as the Australian populace, fish and chips at its base remains one of Australia's most iconic dishes.

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Recent reviews

La Casareccia

Overall 9.3 |  Food 10  |  Value 9  |  Speed 9

Pizzas are excellent. Delivery time was pretty quick considering it was a Saturday night. Annoyed about the $5 delivery fee... Read more

Tom - October 2014

Dough!

Overall 10 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 10

These guys do the best fish and chips I've ever eaten.

Jaap - October 2014

Flakes on Sydney Road

Overall 7.3 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 2

Similar to other reviewers, very slow delivery. Waited over 2 hours for fish and chips for one person. Food was very good... Read more

Andrew - September 2014
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