The Cod End fish and chip shop is close to Newquay Station and alongside Aldi.
Offering the full, traditional, range of fish and chip suppers, there are tables inside and out if you want to sit down and eat your fish and chips – although I’d suggest you take them outside to sit on the benches at Aldi and enjoy the al fresco experience with beach view, although there are sea views from inside if you can get a seat at the rear.
Address: 9 Cliff Road, Newquay TR7 2NE
TripAdvisor Review: Cod End Fish & Chip Shop
Flounders is situated on the road just as you’re leaving the town centre and heading towards the main Post Office or Station. Or, if you’re visiting to relocate and looking for work, it’s almost opposite the Job Centre!
Flounders has been a fish & chip shop in Newquay for many years, offering the traditional range of English fish and chip menu items. Fish, chips, sausages, pies, mushy peas and more.
Seating outside, although it is on the main road, so not a quiet/cosy seating area.
Address: 15 East Street, Newquay
TripAdvisor Review: Flounders Fish & Chips, Newquay
Truscotts fish & chip shop is in the centre of town, overlooking the Bowling Green and close to Sailors.
Truscotts have won many awards for their menu that includes the full range of traditional fish, chips, pies, sausages, mushy peas and more. All freshly cooked. Some seating inside. Customer toilets.
Address: 19 Fore Street, Newquay, TR7 1HB
TripAdvisor Review: Truscotts Fish & Chips, Newquay