The Fishbowl in Brighton brings a brand new meaning to the term 'Fish & Chips'. A duo synonymous with all things English, fish and chips are a family favourite when by the seaside on a summer holiday or a Friday lunchtime favourite around the corporate district of Victoria (Thomas Cubbit and The Plumbers Arms - definitely two venues to rave about). No matter where you head for fish and chips, make sure you have done your research.
Many pubs around England serve this staple, but once you venture out of London you will almost be guaranteed to find a better fillet. My theory is because it is closer to the source.
Escape from the city and head seaside to the lovely, picturesque town of Brighton and after admiring the famous money-hungry Pier, why not fill up at at the local pub that boasts the best fish and chips in Brighton: The Fishbowl.
Flavoured Fish @ The Fishbowl Brighton (Photo instagram @neelsmcgee)
After a three hour drive from Bath to Brighton it is safe to say a car full of girls, on a civilised road trip, were famished and acting not so civilised in their quest for a proper feed to satisfy their hungry bellies. Alas, like a moth to a flame we found The Fishbowl and it was the best move we made.
We headed straight upstairs to the pub style dining area and went through the extensive menu of flavoured fish at our disposal. We settled on a feast fit for a king (as you will see from the images).
Pepper Fish with Soy @ The Fishbowl Brighton (Photo instagram @neelsmcgee)