Who loves to enjoy delicious, golden fish and chips in Perth with their kids? Whether you like to eat them by the seaside or dockside at Fremantle’s famous Fishing Boat Harbour, we have it all in our list. So if you’re wondering “where’s the best fish and chips near me?”… Look no further, Buggybuddys has the run down on the best fish and chips shops to enjoy super fresh seafood with your family!
Fish and Chips in Perth South of the River
Kailis Fish Market Cafe, Fremantle
Kailis Fish Market Cafe at Freo’s Fishing Boat Harbour has long been a Perth favourite for a casual fish n chip lunch. The freshest seafood is on offer – with the fishing boats are parked right at the door! The picnic tables on the deck are always packed with families feasting on fish n chips, with lovely view of the harbour. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Kailis Fish Market Café at 46 Mews Road, Fremantle.
Joe’s Fish Shack, Fremantle
Overlooking the water at the Fishing Boat Harbour, Joe’s Fish Shack can cure even a massive appetite! Dine in air-conditioned comfort, or outside on the expansive deck. The Restaurant is colourfully decorated and shows a rich heritage of Joe and the ocean. You can also grab your eats to go, as Joe’s has a takeaway outlet – perfect for a Fremantle fish and chips picnic in the Esplanade Park! Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Joe’s Fish Shack at 42 Mews Road, Fremantle.
Cicerello’s is yet another Fishing Boat Harbour favourite. Kids won’t mind waiting in the queue, when there’s fish to be found in the colourful tanks. Dine inside the large restaurant or tuck into your fish and chips under an umbrella on the Cicerello’s Landing boardwalk. There’s colouring in to keep kids busy and even fish food to feed the resident harbour fish! Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Cicerello’s at 44 Mews Road, Fremantle.
Mandurah Cruises, Fish n Chip Dolphin Cruise
Everyone loves a dolphin cruise on the Mandurah canals! Did you know for an additional $12 per person, your family can enjoy deliciously piping hot fresh fish and chips on board the boat during the cruise? Yum! Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find the Mandurah Cruises Booking Office and Gift Shop at 73 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah.
Fish and Chips in Perth – North of the River
Amber Jacks is a popular spot for grabbing takeaway fish and chips in Perth. Devour your meal straight out of the paper at Cottesloe beach. If the sea breeze is strong, there dine-in facilities with a few tables inside and out, as well as high chairs available for little ones. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Amber Jacks at 28/94 Marine Parade, Cottesloe.
Clancy’s Fish Bar, City Beach
If you like your fish a little fancier – head to the delicious seafood restaurant, Clancy’s Fish Bar at City Beach. The views are fantastic from every table and the seafood platters are epic. A sign over the entrance “sandy feet and thongs welcome” sums the venue up perfectly, plus there’s a kids playground just outside. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Clancy’s Fish Bar at 195 Challenger Parade, City Beach.
The Groper and His Wife, City Beach
One of Perth’s most awarded fish and chip shops, The Groper and His Wife, has been operating for over twenty years. There’s a little dine in seating, as well as alfresco dining out the front. It’s perfect for grabbing a takeaway meal and throwing down a picnic rug at Beecroft Park opposite. Also open in Claremont. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find The Groper and His Wife at Empire Village, 14/31 Gayton Rd, City Beach.
Kailis Bros, Leederville
You’re able to get your fish and chips fix near Perth city, at Kailis Bros in Leederville. The casual seafood restaurant has an array of local seafood’s on offer, including Fremantle sardines. Kids have the choice of fish or squid and chips, or spaghetti from the children’s menu. And afterwards, you can even pick up some freshly caught seafood to take home, at the neighbouring fresh fish market. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Kailis Bros. at 101 Oxford St in Leederville.
Great British Chippy, Currambine
The northern suburbs are brimming with British ex-pats. And if you’ve got a hankering for a proper cod and chip supper, a trip to the Great British Chippy in Currambine is like a little taste of home. I love their traditional style British fish and chips. They are a slightly different to what you’re likely to find at Fremantle’s Fishing Boat Harbour. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Canteen is located right next to the white sands of Trigg Beach, so you can enjoy your fish and chips with an ocean view. For people that prefer a healthier meal, Canteen offers poke-style salads too. Kids will love the nature playground which features a slide, sandpit, boat and balancing logs. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Canteen at 364 West Coast Drive, Trigg.
Fish and Chips in Regional WA
Lobster Shack, Cervantes
If you visit Cervantes, the Lobster Shack is worth stopping by with your family. It’s a fun place for kids with live lobsters and sea creatures in the fish tanks as well as a play area for toddlers and of course a delicious lobster lunch! Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Lobster Shack at 37 Catalonia Street, Cervantes.
Ocean & Paddock, Albany
When visiting a seaside town, it would be rude not to sample the local fish and chips, right? In Albany you’re spoilt for choice with more than one award winning seafood spot. Voted WA’s Best Fish and Chips three years running, Ocean and Paddock is a very popular take away. There is also a kids menu and dine in area for those who want to eat their fish straight from the fryer. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
A trip to a coastal town just isn’t complete without some locally caught fish and chips! Finlay’s offers a rustic dining experience, located off the beaten track, in Kalbarri Town Centre. The rustic alfresco dining area, with fire pit, is a great place to tuck into some fresh fish and chips on a warm evening. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Finlay’s at 13 Magee Cres, Kalbarri.
Do you know a great spot for some family-sized fish and chips in Perth? Let us know your favourites in the comments below!
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