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Crispy Cod celebrates six successful years delivering the best British fish

By Tuesday, 16 September 2014 15:26 0
FISH & CHIPS: You will not find better than at the Crispy Cod. FISH & CHIPS: You will not find better than at the Crispy Cod.

IF you are looking for true style English fish and chips then look no further than the Crispy Cod in Fuengirola.

Established 14 years ago, the Crispy Cod formerly known as Joey’s is the longest surviving fish and chip shop on the coast.

The present owner Sean took over the business some six years ago in the autumn of 2000.

Since then he has set about turning it into the number one destination on the Costa Del Sol for true British style fish and chips. Six years later he has achieved this goal and is looking forward to many more successful years.

All the food served at the Crispy Cod is of the finest quality with sustainable, line-caught fish prepared in the traditional way and filleted on the premises.

The potatoes are peeled and freshly chipped daily, the batter is made from scratch to Sean’s own secret recipe and his home-made mushy peas and tartar sauce have an ever-growing fan club.

Through Sean’s dedication and hard work, coupled with support from his family and staff he often receives recognition through the local and national media for the quality of his product.

So if you are on holiday or live on the Costa Del Sol and missing the firm British favourite of fish and chips I suggest you give the Crispy Cod a try. Serving both takeaway and sit down meals you can be assured you will not find better.

The Crispy Cod can be found on the Paseo Maritimo in Fuengirola, located directly in front of the Hotel Piramides.

For table reservations or takeaway orders please telephone 952 587 351, or visit www.crispycod.com

Open 7 days per week between 1pm and 11pm.

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