This establishment was a breathe of fresh air amidst a sea of pretentious tourists. The fish and chips pretty good but a bit heavy on he breading. A locals stop with reasonable prices unlike be majority of Dingle haunts.
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We prefer a more casual place to eat so this was perfect for us. The fish is as fresh as it gets. If it's not fresh they don't open. You watch them cook and they hand you your food wrapped up. You can take it...More
Great addition to the Dingle Fast Casual dining scene. Quality fish and chips, something which the town was lacking as far as takeaways are concerned
We hadn't read any reviews but it looked promising from the outside and the queue made us think it must be good. The chips were so dry and tasteless. The fish was fresh but the batter was like cardboard. We didn't eat more than a...More
This is a take away fish and chips, or burgers and chips. There are four or five bar stools to sit on, but they can get a little busy so it may be hard to find a place to sit. The meal took about 15...More
This is a proper authentic chippy with lots of choice of fish and good home cooked chips. We bought ours to go and took them down to the beach. It was heaven eating them from the paper on a bracing day on the beach!
Asked what was good, and took the advice - Ray and Chips. Delicious. The chips were just perfectly cooked and the fish was lovely - and i'm not a huge fan of fish. Very economical too, for Dingle. Would definitely recommend.