Where to get Fish & Chips in Milford on Sea?
A trip to the British seaside isn’t complete without a hearty meal of fish and chips and in Milford on Sea there are many a stop to enjoy this much-loved seaside tradition.
So if you’re enjoying a holiday to Milford on Sea or just stopping here for the day then we’ve put together our top picks for the best fish and chips in the area:
Milford on Sea is certainly home to one of the best fish and chip shops – Mister Pink’s. After all, who can refuse the irresistible smell of fresh fish, golden batter, crispy chips and salt and vinegar – all accompanied by an obligatory portion of mushy peas!
This is a small, family run fish and chip shop based in the heart of Milford on Sea. It prides itself on providing high quality, traditional fish and chips and is located on the corner of Park Road and overlooks the village green.
Former Masterchef contestant and Head Chef, Sam Hughes knocks up a fantastic restaurant quality fish and chips for home delivery, available Tuesdays to Saturdays from 5.00pm to 8.30pm.
Beer battered cod, chunky chips and tartare sauce can be enjoyed for £9.95 and a portion of homemade-minted mushy peas can be thrown in for an extra £2.95.
Orders can be placed online here.
Situated on the seafront at Milford on Sea on Hurst Road, The Lighthouse is an independent seaside bar and restaurant. Not only can you enjoy ‘Classic Beer Battered Haddock & Chips’ here for £16.00 in the restaurant, you can also a takeaway option from its ‘hatch’ open from 12pm to 3pm daily, seven-days-a-week.
From the ‘hatch’, there is the option of Battered Haddock and Chips with lemon and tartare sauce at £10 and vegan fish and chips is also available.
This traditional English family-friendly pub located in the heart of the village offers fish and chips too that can be enjoyed in its traditional interior or in the extensive outdoor seated area that has a playground and welcomes dogs too.
You can enjoy the pub classic of fish and chips here with a portion of ‘Beer Battered Cod and chunky chips, minted pea puree and homemade tartare sauce’ for £14.95. Sit back and enjoy your meal inside this pub with the authenticity of a true English local or soak up the rays in its large pub garden, perfect for children and dogs too.
This family friendly pub run by Dorset brewery, Hall & Woodhouse is situated on the cliff top with amazing views across to the Isle of Wight. Here you can enjoy ‘Forum Lager Battered’ Fish and Chips for £13.25 and there is a children’s option too.
It boasts over 200 outside covers with its fantastic raised patio areas and extensive gardens and offers great views across to The Needles and the Isle of Wight (on a clear day of course!).
Nestled on the edge of the village is the South Lawn Hotel popular with locals and visitors. Fish and chips can be enjoyed here in its renowned ‘Cedar Tree’ restaurant at a cost of £14.50.
Located at the beachfront at Hurst Road, this café overlooking the Needles, offers a hearty portion of cod and chips at £9.50 and there is also scampi and chips for those who prefer it.
The Kiosk can be found at Hordle Cliff Car Park (sat nav SO41 0UX) and is perfectly located to the beach if you fancy a takeaway fish and chips.
A newcomer to the area is The Gun Inn in Keyhaven with Head Chef, Mark Young making headlines on the local food scene. With its ever-evolving menu to keep up with the seasons, you can enjoy fish and chips with a difference here, with its ‘Tempura Christchurch Plaice’ with mushy peas and fries at £15.00.
** Photo courtesy of the The Lighthouse.