Post Update – Fish and Chips in Duquesa Port, Sabinillas and Manilva
Even though the Spanish have some of the best fish dishes and recipes in the world, there is something about good old British style Fish and Chips that we crave for from time to time. Since originally writing this post, a number of fish and chip restaurants and takeaways have popped up in Manilva including Duquesa Port.
JJ’s Fish and Chips
JJ’s Fish and Chips, originally Billy’s, then to be Tim’s, and now JJ’s fish and chips is located in Duquesa Marina. They are offering a take-away service. You can call or WhatsApp to make your order and then collect the food at an allocated time. Here is their menu:
Tel/WhatsApp: +34 672 660 655
Address: Top Level, Rambla de Meditterraneo, Puerto de La Duquesa, Manilva
Marlow’s Fish and Chips
Marlow’s Fish and Chips is located in the Commercial Centre of Los Hidalgos. They also operate a takeaway service. However, the good news is that Marlow’s are opening their terrace as of lunchtime today (Tuesday 19th May) for those wanting to eat out. Their opening hours will be from 12.30pm – 3.30pm and in the evening from 5.30pm – 7.30pm. In addition to their full menu being available, they also have a special lunchtime menu of the day (menu del dia) at 8.95€. Additionally, an earlybird menu (8.95€) is available between 5.30pm and 7.30pm.
Address: Centro comercial Eroski, Los Hidalgos (11.33 km)
Tel: 951 27 67 28
Skippers Fish and Chips
Skippers is located on the promenade of San Luis de Sabinillas and offers a takeaway and eat-in service. They have also opened up their terrace for those who want to sit out and enjoy the beautiful weather.
Address: Plaza El Greco 2 (9.74 km)
29692 San Luis De Sabinillas, Andalucia, Spain
Tel: 951 51 66 03
Looking for other restaurants in the area offering home delivery or take-away service? Check out this list.
We had heard on the Manilva grapevine (and there’s lot of them here!) that Billy’s Fish and Chips in Duquesa port had been taken over by new owners and was much improved. Previously, in my opinion only, of course, the fish and chips from Billys were not great – we had fish and chips from there once, and never went back!!
However… what a difference! The place was immaculately clean – always a good sign – and everything is cooked to order, none of the cook it and keep it warm option that is used by other places. My husband ordered Cod and chips (with curry sauce!!) and I had the cod goujons with chips. The new owner, Tim, took the prepared fish from the fridge, battered it and cooked it in front of us. Chips were cooked the same way (although not battered of course!!). Even the presentation of a takeaway was great – chips underneath, plenty of salt and vinegar, fish arranged on top with a wedge of lemon – in my view, it’s these little touches that make a difference.
Well, the proof is in the eating and it was delicious. The portions are very generous too – lets just say our cats had a feast too!! Prices were very reasonable, both fish dishes were €6 each with regular chips at €2 or large chips at €3. There is everything on the menu you would expect to find, battered sausage, pies etc plus a few new ones such as homemade cod and parsley fishcakes.
Billy’s (now Tim’s) fish and chips can be found at the top level of Duquesa port. If you hanker for a bit of English fayre, give it or try – you won’t be disappointed.
I, for one, will certainly be going back….. bang goes the diet again!!!