shot of exterior of aldeburgh fish and chips


There’s nothing like fish and chips by the seaside, and Aldeburgh Fish and Chips are arguably “the best fish and chips in the world” (The Times). It’s largely due to their use of locally sourced ingredients. Fried the same way since 1967, they use fresh fish from the East Coast and delicious local potatoes to make their own chips.

It’s not just The Times that are fans. The Guardian heralds it as “the finest chippie in Suffolk, and quite possibly the universe” and the Sunday Mirror has also given it glowing reviews.

Make sure you get there early though, as there are often long queues at the weekend! Find out more information (and those all important opening times) at Aldeburgh Fish and Chips.

After you’ve feasted on the finest fish and chips in the world, why not explore The Suffolk Coast.