It’s over 9,000!!!
Please refer to Dragon Ball Z memes to understand. Enough geeky joking and onto the fish of the matter….
England is famous for few culinary dishes, we all agree (sorry to the English nation). One such rarity is the Fish n’ Chips, prepared and cooked with various degrees of success all over the country, and dished up a la va vite to countless tourists every day.
Amongst all the Fish n’ Chips I have eaten in 9 years of living in England, the best one yet was had at a tiny restaurant in Cromer, the No1 by chef Galton Blackiston. It is an absolute marvel, as you can see just below. The batter and the freshness of the carefully prepared fish makes it. Also, this was my first time gobbling up mushy peas…usually I don’t even like them. Finally service was excellent and friendly.
The No1 Fish n’ Chips in the flesh.
The restaurant boasts the title of 6th best place to eat by the sea from the Times and has found renown for its specialty. To top it all off they serve excellent ice cream which I forgot to photograph prior to consumption. Oops!
Here’s a view from the restaurant instead:
Cromer is a small town on the eastern coast of England, in North Norfolk. The town boasts a beautiful sea front and pier and is famous for its Cromer Crab. It’s a nice lunch stop and you might enjoy the local museum.
My favourite attraction there is definitely the No.1 restaurant… to be honest we were only passing by chance on a road trip and we were very glad we stopped.
Well here you have it. Now you know where to go if you want theNo1 Fish n’ Chips in England 😉 If you are in the area!