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NOTHING beats tucking into a delicious helping of fish and chips.
And we are on the hunt to crown Brisbane’s best.
Who does the city’s best fish and chips?
Nominate your favourites in the comments below by 10am Wednesday April 24. We will compile a shortlist of finalists to put to the vote with the top 10 revealed at couriermail.com.au on Thursday May 2 and in U on Sunday magazine on Sunday May 5.
To get you started, here’s three of our favourites:
CLAYFIELD SEAFOOD MARKETS
5/823 Sandgate Rd
Having scooped the pool in numerous best fish and chip comps already, this inner-north takeaway is a pescetarian’s playground.
Specialising in top-quality sustainable seafood, the eatery serves fish three ways: grilled, coated in panko sesame crumbs or battered in Newstead Amber Ale.
Meanwhile, chips come with Murray River pink salt and are perfectly crisp every time.
THE FISHMONGER’S WIFE
48 Orchard St, Hawthorne
Only the best quality fish will do at this neighbourhood favourite and it’s obvious in the flavour.
Super fresh fillets of flake, cod, snapper, barra, whiting or salmon come grilled, with a Japanese breadcrumb, French beer battered or with a gluten-free batter.
Enjoy them dine in or takeaway.
58 Hope St, South Brisbane
Created to bring back the quality of old school fish and chips, this humble eatery takes the beloved takeaway to a new level.
Expect hand-cut potatoes alongside a changing line-up of fillets, depending on what’s freshest, served either grilled or in the lightest of batters.