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There is nothing quite like fish and chips to provide you with a hearty dinner. And when you have the chance to eat them fresh out of the paper, well it gets better still.
The challenge is in waiting until you have the appetite to do the meal some justice. And what better time to do that than after you’ve tackled a hike in the Cotswolds or spent the day shopping in some of our lovely villages? There are plenty of great shopping to do in Broadway and many walks in the area (don’t miss the Broadway Tower), and then you can combine it with a stop at the wonderful Russell’s Fish & Chips.
Russell’s Fish & Chips serves what has to be the best Fish & Chips in Broadway and far beyond, tucked away just off the High Street, simpy follow your nose at lunch- or dinnertime and you’ll soon be at the counter!
Elsewhere in the Cotswolds you’ve got the treat that awaits you at Lakeside Takeaway. This particular outlet was voted one of the 50 Best Fish & Chip Shops in 2014, and it’s been in Cheltenham since 1955. Make sure you drop in to find out why this is the case.
Cheltenham is clearly a good plaice (sorry, you know we had to!) to be, as here you will also find Simpsons Fish & Chips. This is an award-winner, and rightly so according to the many wonderful reviews it has received. Attracting locals and tourists alike, it looks like it will be around for many, many years to come.
The Windrush Garden Café and Fish & Chip Takeaway may not be the catchiest title ever given to a café, but the name really isn’t the most important part about it. What IS important is the quality of the fish and chips on offer here. There’s plenty to do in Bourton on the Water, so make sure you explore, head out for a walk along the riverside and then return to eat your fish and chips under one of the many umbrellas outside.
Fish and chips al fresco what could be better?