While all regions in the top list offer average prices below the national average of £11.05, visitors to North Yorkshire, Devon or the Scottish Highlands can be sure they will get their money’s worth, paying an average cost between £7 - £10 for fish and chips.
The data suggests that holiday destinations in England are the best for those looking for a cheap chippy meal, with eight regions out of the list of 14 located in England. Compared to just one Scottish location and five Welsh locations.
Despite offering a classic fish and chips for £4.25 - the lowest individual price of all restaurants that make up the list - R&Bs in Inverness does not scrimp on quality, with a Google reviews rating of 4.3 stars.
Some of Britain’s most unusual, historical or quirky fish and chip shops
1. Rock & Sole Plaice, London
Those looking for fish, chips and a side of splendour can find exactly that at Rock & Sole Plaice in London’s West End, which has been serving customers since 1871 and is a favourite among the likes of Idris Elba, Guy Fieri and John Torode. Visitors can expect to pay £11 for a regular cod and chips, while they take in the history of the 150-year-old restaurant.
2. Seabreeze Fish n Chips, Yorkshire
Those on the hunt for an award-winning chippy that is purse friendly need look no further than Seabreeze Fish and Chips in Redcar, Yorkshire. Not only can guests enjoy a cod and chips for the low price of £7.50, they can do so in the knowledge that their food is provided by the three-time Good Food Award winners (2020-2022). Provided with the Gold Seal, this is not just your average chippy!
3. McMonagle's Boat, West Dunbartonshire
Those holidaying in Scotland should consider a visit to McMonagle’s Boat in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire. A popular tourist attraction, visitors to the restaurant boat docked in the heart of Clydebank can expect far more than the average fish and chip shop. McMonagle’s offers fish and chips with a complimentary side and drink at a fair price of £10.95, all while bobbing along the Forth & Clyde Canal.
4. Binley Mega Chippy, Coventry
After going viral on TikTok thanks to a song dedicated to the takeaway, the Coventry-based chip shop has been inundated with visitors. Customers to the chippy can expect fish and chips for a low cost of £7.60, but may need to battle the crowds to get there!
5. Clam Shell, Edinburgh
In a round-up of interesting fish and chip shops that are worth a visit, we’d be doing ourselves a disservice if we didn’t mention one of Scotland’s chip shop sweet delicacies. Although invented in 1992 at a Scottish takeaway that no longer exists, a battered Mars Bar can be purchased at the Clam Shell in Edinburgh. The four-star rated chip shop offers battered haddock and chips for £10.90, or a battered Mars Bar for £3.80, and is a stone’s throw away from Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, the heart of Scotland’s capital.