Quality food. The best fish and chips in cork. Great staff. Great value and fine portions. Nip across to the pub to wash it down with a pint of stout. One of corks hidden treasures
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went to The Fish Wife on Grand Parade yesterday had chips with curry on the side. Straightaway you know these were homemade chips and no out of a frozen bag. They were Delicious. Will be back for Definite.
I called in on a Saturday lunchtime so it was pretty busy, yet people were squeezing up and making room on communal tables, so unusually in today's age strangers were talking to each other. It is very small yet efficient, perfectly located adjacent the English...More
Very busy place popular with locals and visitors to Cork,we could not get in first time we called so we called back later ,it was well worth it beautiful cooked fish and chips and not a bad price compared to some places .
Really enjoyed the hake and chips and equally important, they deliver to a number of bars in the street. I know they deliver to the Shlebourne but you have to eat outside under the heaters. However the Cork Arms allows you eat your food inside,...More
Not a huge fan of battered fish but when I heard such great reviews about this place, I had to give it a go. Visited the shop on the Grand Parade, first impression was how clean it was and not smelly like your typical chipper....More