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Fish Restaurant @ Cheshunt Since 1960's All the seafood used at fishy delishy is sustainable. It’s caught on day boats and then delivered to the shop by third-generation Billingsgate fishmonger and friend, Mike Nash . Every morning Fishy delishy ’ in house fishmonger, Billy , fillets the whole fish, while other members of the team begin peeling and slicing the award-winning potatoes for Fishy Delishy legendary Fish & chips..
Went here for my birthday. Driven past several times and wouldn’t have booked until I’d seen the reviews.
Nicely decorated and good ambience. Had the monkfish which was delightfully seasoned and cooked to perfection. Would definitely recommend.
Seafood Platter was delicious, beautiful presentation and good service, but very misleading when the price stated on the website was £59.90 and once in the restaurant the menu stated £85.00 what a massive increase! This was pointed out to the waitress who told the Manager...but we were told the website needs updating! We did still enjoy our meal but think we will now only visit for special occasions.More
Worst Fish and chips I have ever had, the chips were rock hard ,dry and old, so bad that they couldn’t be eaten, and the fish was the same, I expect this had to be sitting around cooked and dried and left out all afternoon,...sent out in the evening to go straight in the bin.
Considering these are the highest priced around absolutely awful.More
I have visited the Fishy Delishy chippy and I have been less then impressed with the quality of fish. The fish was not white or flaky as cod usually is. It also didn't taste anything like cod. It had a slightly grey colour and mushy...texture. It tastes as if it has been thawed and then cooked and a slight hint of not fully thawed in places. I had a house guest from Spain who told me that she knew as soon as I opened the box it was something called panga also known as basa. I then did a bit of research online and it appears there are some chip shops passing off cheaper varieties of fish as cod and I am quite convinced Fishy Delishy are one of them. Either way it's definately not fresh and a poor quality fish and not the delicious white flaky cod that tastes like cod you'd expect from a good British chippy. I feel cheated.More
Been going here for years but never again. Ordered large cod and chips. Unfortunately the cod was the thickness of a fish finger not much wider. If that was not bad enough the cod was mushy, awful texture. I will now look elsewhere for my...Friday fish.More
Absolute rip off, been going years now and the portions are getting worse. Putting large chips in boxes instead of paper holding less chips. Ordered one large and one small and both portions the same. When asked why are they both the same portion she...couldn’t answer me. In future people ask to have chips in paper not in the boxes.More
I can't praise Fishy Delishy enough. I was meant to dine in the restaurant, but due to Covid restrictions, that wasn't possible. The staff prepared all our favourite foods for takeaway with such care and attention to detail. Sizzling prawns, fresh oysters, mussels, octopus and...monkfish, all of which were scrumptious. Brilliant service, quality food I couldn't ask for more.More
As most take aways are closed on Sundays we decided to order chips, Calamari,Cod and savaloy. Well put it this way I was more hungry when I finished eating than when I started. They delivered the chips in a small box which only contained a...small amount of chips for £3.OO WHAT A RIP OFF. If you bought a portion of chips at Neptune's in Cheshunt it would be half the price and you would not be able to finish it. The Calamari was tasteless and soggy. To make it look like they gave you a sufficient portion they included battered cucumbers which I've never seen before.The cod was ok at best. I will no longer order from Fishy Delishy even on a Sunday. I would rather peel some potatoes and fry them myself and that way at the end of it I would be FULL and content.More