Dine in or take away for a fresh taste of delicious fish and chips at one of the many restaurants on the Coast
FISH without chips would be like Christmas without seafood – dull, unsatisfactory and downright un-Australian. Fear not, the fishermen are coming to town this festive season with a funky take on the fast-food favourite – here’s our top 10.
Fish and Chippery
GONE are the days when takeaway means “take it and run”.
Take your seat at Fish and Chippery in Mooloolaba and enjoy the dining experience. The menu and prices are just the way fish and chip joints should be – simple and affordable. This joint puts the hip in chip.
Shop 7, corner Esplanade and Burnett St, Mooloolaba.
MJs on the Esplanade
THERE are some secrets only a local would know, and this little Mudjimba gem is one of those. MJ’s don’t just do awesome fish and chips, they also offer specials, competitions and random free delivery nights. So keep your eyes, ears and tastebuds peeled for what the team at MJs is getting up to this summer.
3/15 Mudjimba Esplanade, Mudjimba.
Sandbar Café Kiosk
FINE dining in a sarong and thongs doesn’t exactly go down well. Lucky one of Caloundra’s classiest restaurants caters for the classic beach appetite with its Café Kiosk. All seafood is sourced from local suppliers and fishermen.
26 The Esplanade, Bulcock Beach, Caloundra.
Wikid Fish and Chips
EATING fish and chips is almost as enjoyable as hearing a kiwi say “fish and chips”. Get both at Wikid Fish and Chips. These guys put a kiwi twist on seafood with all your local favourites, plus New Zealand hoki, dory and a range of NZ products..
144 Brisbane Rd, Mooloolaba.
IT’S not unusual to see a line of barefoot, sandy families lining up to get their seafood fix at Wahoo Seafood. This stylish yet casual restaurant at Peregian offers quality seafood and charming wooden deco. Dine in style or grab a takeaway menu.
4 Heron St, Peregian Beach.
“THERE are plenty of fish in the sea.” Despite this common saying, 98 Fish knows the importance of fish sustainability. They strive to provide products from sustainable fisheries. You won’t find any species labelled critically endangered, endangered, conservation-dependent or vulnerable here.
347 Mons Rd, Forest Glen.
Point Cartwright Seafood Market
DINE in, take away or taste the fresh local flavours from Pt Cartwright Seafood Market at one of the many restaurants they stock on the Coast. There is always a healthy supply of prawns, crabs, oysters and fish to offer local chefs.
245 Nicklin Way, Warana.
FUEL up on fish, chips and creativity at Mandolin Seafoods. Combining the simplicity of salt and batter with the beauty of street art, this colourful hub is a seaside favourite, and for good reason.
174 Alexandra Parade, Alexandra Headland.
De Lish Fish @ Kings
TAKEAWAY fish and chips, BYO beach blanket and you’re in for one delish lunch looking over Kings Beach. De Lish Fish @ Kings is located on the doorstep of Kings Beach, so no need to leave the sea breeze for lunch.
10 Levuka Avenue, Caloundra.
SKIMP on costs, not quality, with Nosh Express. The Nosh food philosophy focuses on quality ingredients offering healthy, homestyle takeout to enjoy by the beach.
7/49 Hastings St, Noosa.
Give your family a treat with fish and chips on the beach.