Welcome to Chish N Fips
Chish N Fips is the home of one of Cork’s favourite chippers, located in the beautiful fishing village in the heart of Crosshaven. Carrying on a long tradition of serving fresh fish and chips which goes back to the sixties, customers still relish sitting by the shore front whilst dining on their feast and watching life sail by slowly.
While we pride ourselves on our traditionally cooked chish n fips ( as we like to say, not sure if that term came from a late night punter, who knows, we won’t judge! ) , we also have an extensive menu to please all tastes.
So, what are you waiting for, your fare awaits.
Go on, treat yourself!
You deserve it!
We serve the finest fish and chips around.
Atlantic Fish Burger
All of our fish comes from local managed sustainable stocks with traceable province. We prepare our fish on our premises daily. We only use fresh potatoes, locally sourced, which are peeled and cut daily
The Spice Bag
Fancy something hot! Try our spice bags and get you taste buds going in to overdrive!!
Call down to us Chish'n Fips and choose your own heat preference, starting from very mild to extra hot.
Have you tried our mouth watering Burger yet?
2 * 20oz Burgers
2 * Cheddar Cheese Slices
What can be said about this fantastic place love the food and very good prices very friendly staff and the name of the place just love it. Everyone there take a bow as you and the chipper Is just pure class and your a credit to Crosshaven. Keep the spuds peeled I will be back as I just love that place. Don't visit Crosshaven without a visit to this great chipper
John O Leary reviewed Chish'n Fips – 28 February 2018
Always the best.
We always stop after out long walk.
Chish'n Fips excellent proprietor. Great team. Fresh fish to die for as we say in Cork. Keep up the marvelous standards.
See you soon
Susan Roe Harris reviewed Chish'n Fips – 23 March 2018
Love their spice bags, portion sizes and quality are fab for the price. Staff are friendly and very efficient.
Elaine Byrne reviewed Chish'n Fips – 2 April 2018
Fantastic food and great service, the battered sausages and potato pies are to die for keep up the great work
Carey Hanover reviewed Chish'n Fips – 1 April 2018
We had 2 chicken burgers and a bag of chips tonight and they were “handsome” thank you
Hugh Mockler reviewed Chish'n Fips –19 February 2018
Love the fish batter was lovely and thin chips were devine will be back again when weather gets nice
Ann Timon reviewed Chish'n Fips – 23 January 2018
Did you know?
Fish and chips were first served together as a dish around 1860 - although their origin is contested.
In London, the Malin family claims to be first, as do the Lee family in Manchester.
Fish and chips are not as unhealthy as you might think.
An average portion of fish, chips and peas contains only 7.3% fat. By comparison, a pork pie has 10.8% fat.
There is a long tradition of funny chip shop names.
Fish and chips were served in newspaper until the 1980s.
Fish and chips appear in Charles Dickens' "A Tale Of Two Cities".
Dickens writes of 'Husky chips of potatoes, fried with some reluctant drops of oil'.
Fish and chips played a part in the D-Day Landings.
British soldiers identified each other by crying out out 'fish' and waiting for the response of 'chips'.
And they were excluded from rationing during WW1 and WW2.
The record number of fish and chip portions sold in one day is 12,406 at Marini's in Glasgow. The record was set in 1999.
Dedicated chip bags were first marketed in 1910.
The longest running fish and chip shop still in operation is based in Yeadon near Leeds.
The shop trades under the name 'The Oldest Fish & Chip Shop in the World'. It is believed that fish and chips have been served from the premises continually since 1865.
Hours of Business
Open Daily all Summer
13.00 - 23.00
Get you order in early to avoid disappointment
Bus Stop on our doorstep
Dine by the Harbour
Located next to car park
Merrie's Funfair nearby
Vast number of beaches nearby
Fort Camden 20 minute walk
RCYC Sailing Club
Chish N Fips are now delivering
locally at weekends.
Friday & Saturday 19.00 - 22.00
Sunday 19.00 - 21.00
Meal deal offers available in shop