Sometimes, you just need to treat yourself. Nothing says ‘treat day’ like a tasty Battered Fish & Chip.

Whilst we admittedly love our favourite food-group slobbed out at home in front of the TV (as seen in our Best 15 Chippies In Belfast), sometimes it’s good to get out and about and interact with other life-forms.

Therefore, we’ve done our homework to come up with our top places to eat out in Belfast when you fancy a seriously elevated fish and chip – and we’d like you to help us narrow it down! Where’s your favourite? Take our poll below!

1. Made In Belfast

1-2 Wellington St

Gingerbeer Battered Haddock, Mushy Peas, Roasted Lemon, Beef Fat Chips & Curry Sauce

Featuring the dish that we think of when we’re hungry, Made In Belfast’s take on the traditional fish and chip supper is simply to-die-for. It includes Sustainable Gingerbeer Battered Haddock, Mushy Peas, Curry Sauce & Beef Fat Chips.

Top tip: best accompanied with one of Made In Belfast’s famous cocktails.

Follow Made In Belfast on Facebook for updates on the new menu; images and food inspo.

2. The Cloth Ear

Fish and chips at Cloth Ear

Fish and chips at The Cloth Ear features a golden beer battered haddock, scrumptious crushed garden peas, tartar sauce and (deliciously) thick hand cut chips. Indeed, the tartar sauce deserves particular recognition for its flavour-bursting contribution to a mouthful of this melt-in-the-mouth dish.

Check out themerchanthotel.com/bars-restaurants/the-cloth-ear to see the full menu.

3. Home

22 Wellington Pl

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Just back on the menu due to popular demand, Home’s Beer battered fish and chips, mushy peas & tartar sauce, £9.50 is legendary.

Don’t forget Sunday brunch is now available at Home, with the fresh deli now open from 10am.

You can see their stuff on Instagram @home_deli. Be warned, it will definitely leave you feeling hungry…

4. Barking Dog

33-35 Malone Rd

Barking Dog

If you’re after a scrumptious Lunch Special, look no farther than the Barking Dog which serves up Battered Haddock & Chips Monday-Saturday between 12pm & 3pm.

Go to barkingdogbelfast.com to find out how to download the latest menus.

5. Mourne Seafood

Mourne Seafood Bar - fish and chips

Fresh from the local ports of Annalong and Kilkeel, you’d be crazy not to try this renowned seafood restaurant for one of the most delicious fish & chips experience in Belfast. We highly recommend the Beer battered fish and chips with mushy peas, £10.75. Drizzle that fresh lemon over the crunchy cod for added perfection.

Go to mourneseafood.com/belfast for more info.

6. Acton & Sons

17 Brunswick St

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Treat yourself to a delicious golden Battered Haddock, chips and peas at Acton & Sons for £10. If you like your chips thick, golden and crunchy – this is the spot for you.

You can see the full menu at actonandsons.com.

7. Cutters Wharf

Lockview Rd

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On a sunny day, be sure to soak up the atmosphere of the downstairs bar overlooking the gorgeous views of the River Lagan while enjoying the Craft Beer Battered Cod, served with hand cut chips and homemade tartare sauce, £10.95.

Go to cutterswharf.co.uk for more info.

8. Temple

62 Andersonstown Rd

Special Fish Supper - Temple

The seriously tasty Crispy Beer Battered Cod with Mushy Peas is £11.45 during the week. Alternatively, the delicious Curry fish supper (pictured) is a particularly crowd-pleasing weekend Special.

With sporting legend Carl Frampton reportedly a huge fan of this wonderfully friendly restaurant, we definitely recommend a trip! We’d advise booking in advance to avoid disappointment!

Check out Temple’s Facebook page here and make sure to check out the site at templerestaurant.co.uk.

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