Top 10 fish and chip shops in Stockport for you to try on Good Friday



It’s Easter. That means a long weekend, copious amounts of chocolate, time in the garden if the weather is merciful — and traditionally — fish on Good Friday.

That tradition dates back to ancient times when meat was seen as the food of celebration — and celebrating was not on the menu on the day Jesus died. So, the Church directed Christians to eat more everyday food, which often was fish in those days.

Now, for those of us who still follow the tradition, some form of fancy salmon and asparagus could be gracing your table this weekend. But for a lot of people, you can’t beat the simplicity and convenience of fish and chips.

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That’s why we’ve rounded up the best places, according to Google reviews, you can tuck into a chippy tea in Stockport. We’ve also included hygiene ratings where available.

The Fish Inn Stockport Traditional English Fish and Chips, SK1 1LA

4.7/5 stars on Google reviews – Food hygiene rating: 5/5

One reviewer calls this ‘the best chippy in the world’. While we can’t say for sure if that’s the case, the convenient town center location on the Underbanks makes it the perfect place to stop for lunch mid-shopping spree.

Davenport Fish & Chips, SK2 6JA

4.5 stars – 5/5 hygiene rating

Reviewers say this is the best chippy Davenport’s ever had, which is really saying something. It’s also open for lunch and tea, so you can satisfy your appetite whenever — or even twice in a day.

The Great Moor Fish Bar, SK2 7NR

4.7 stars – 5/5 hygiene rating

Another chippy loved by locals, this Fish Bar usually opens for lunch and tea, but its hours might differ on Good Friday. Always best to ring ahead or check on social media.

Offerton Fish Bar, SK1 4HE

4.3 stars – 3/5 hygiene rating

Service and value for money are praised at this Offerton eatery, with the ever-popular fish and sausage bundle a hit with fans.

Seashell, SK4 4AB

4.4 stars – 5/5 hygiene rating

Another Heaton Moor favorite on the list, this fishery is also open all afternoon and into the evening, usually, so you can have a late lunch or an early tea.

Fishers Of Cheshire, SK2 7HE

4.5 stars – 4/5 hygiene rating

As the name might suggest, the fish is really well-liked. But there’s also a lot of love for the halloumi, too! Perfect for both fishermen and vegetarian diners.

Grandads Fish & Chips Restaurant, SK1 1RJ

4.4 stars – 4/5 hygiene rating

Another town center hit, Grandads serves fresh fish and generous portions of chips, reviewers say. Some even claim it’s the only chippy they’ll eat from.

The Dorchester, SK7 5HA

4.7 stars – 5/5 hygiene rating

The Dorchester is at the heart of Hazel Grove, but has customers from further afield too. Be minded, though, as it only accepts cash, reviews say.

The Cozy Cod, SK1 2QE

4.7 stars – 5/5 hygiene rating

Friendly staff and fresh fish, reviewers say. What more do you want out of a chippy?

Matt’s Place, SK6 3AU

4.7 stars – awaiting inspection

Romiley’s star attraction in the chippy world is famed for its well-judged portion sizes.




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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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