A trip or holiday to South Devon wouldn’t be complete without heading to the coast to enjoy some mouth-watering fish and chips. Whether you grab the picnic blanket and head out with the family for a lunch time treat on the beach, or take a stroll around a harbour and cosy up to a loved one as you enjoy a sunset feast, fish and chips in South Devon is part of the experience and the region has plenty of great takeaways for you to choose from. Have a read below for some inspiration of where you can next enjoy this special treat.

Embankment, Dartmouth

Yachts bobbing on the water, ferries making their daily crossings and people chattering as they meander along the front, the Embankment in Dartmouth is a great spot to enjoy your tea if you’re looking for a picturesque setting with lots to see.

Beer Beach

Situated in East Devon on the stunning Jurassic Coast, with chalk white cliff faces and a sprinkling of colourful fishing boats, Beer Beach makes a perfect backdrop to sit and indulge in your fish and chips.

Dawlish Warren

Dawlish Warren has a couple of great places to enjoy your fish and chips; you could walk around the nature reserve and work up an appetite before you collect your dinner or simply head to the peaceful beach and relax in the dunes.

Bigbury-on-Sea Beach

For a view like no other, head to Bigbury-on-Sea Beach with your scrummy lunch and gaze across at the majestic Burgh Island. The beach itself is perfect for a family day out and the area is beautiful if even for a spot of food.

Babbacombe Downs, Torquay

If it’s pretty flowers and coastal views that take your fancy when looking for a good place to dive into your yummy meal the Babbacombe Downs is as good as any. The floral arrangements are often second to none and the views of Babbacombe and Oddicombe Beach are beautiful.

Teignmouth River Beach

Teignmouth River Beach, also known as Back Beach is popular among locals and tourists for its serene setting and stunning estuary views. Grab your fish and chips and head here at sunset for a magical dinner.

Barbican, Plymouth

Located in the bustling and lively city of Plymouth, the waterfront setting of the Barbican (Sutton Harbour) is lovely for a lunch time walk with a plethora of boats and lots of shops to look at. Find a seat and watch the world go by as you tuck in to your tasty snack.

Exmouth Seafront

With a traditional promenade, Exmouth seafront is ideal for those looking for nostalgic Victorian architecture, teamed with a lovely long beach and beautiful cliffs, a walk along the front and a heavenly supper of the seaside treat will be just what you need on your holiday.

Beesands Beach

For a long, quiet shingle beach and a crystal clear waters, head to Beesands Beach near Kingsbridge and Salcombe in the South Hams. Ideal for an afternoon walk with your loved ones before filling your tummies with some salt and vinegar drenched fish and chips.

Brixham Harbour

Brixham Harbour is charming and beautiful with characterful fishing boats, dainty dinghies and even a museum pirate ship! One the whole family will enjoy, fish and chips here will give you a memory of South Devon that you’ll never forget.

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