17 Jul 2019 AT 03:18 PM

Five of Dubai’s best fish and chips

Looking for a slap-up fish supper? These are the tastiest fried feasts in the city
17 Jul 2019 AT 03:18 PM
Five of Dubai’s best fish and chips

Bob’s Fish & Chips
Many a person’s go-to after a night out, this Brit-style chippy serves up doner kebabs, jacket potatoes and pies, but the big draws are the cod and chips and haddock and chips. Golden-fried and served with a mountain of fat chips.
Price: AED68
Where: Dubai Marina and DAMAC Hills
Contact: +971 4 450 4262 (Marina), +971 55 425 3456 (DAMAC)

Bread Street Kitchen
Gordon Ramsay knows his way around a British classic – head here for fish fried in craft hops batter, accompanied by a minted pea purée. There’s posh.
Price: AED135
Where: Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah
Contact: +971 4 426 2626

Dhow & Anchor has a separate section for its ‘Chef’s Fish N Chip Shop’, which features your choice of haddock, cod or the fish of the day, mushy or garden peas, tartar sauce, curry sauce or gravy, and hand cut chips or, erm, chips (?).
Price: AED135
Where: Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Umm Suqeim
Contact: +971 4 526 0392

The Irish Village
Fresh cod in hops batter, served with chips, mushy peas and tartar sauce. A superlative edition of the legendary dish, available in two different sizes. Pair with a pint of the black stuff at this stalwart of Dubai’s pub scene.
Price: AED80 (200g), AED120 (300g)
Where: Garhoud
Contact: +971 4 282 4750

The Eloquent Elephant
Not one for the ‘we want plates’ brigade, but we’re not bothered. Excellent, crispy-coated haddock, fat chips, and swanky peas. Well paired with the Business Bay gastropub’s homemade samphire tartar sauce and tomato ketchup. (And the quiz, every Monday.)
Price: AED125
Where: Taj Dubai, Business Bay
Contact: +971 4 438 3131