(021) 483 2777

We now accept card payments

During the current COVID19 crisis we are operating a "phone in - take away" system from 3pm - 8pm everyday to facilitate our local community. We also have a queuing system in place. Payment is taken by card tap and 1 person only to collect the order to stick to HSE recommendations for social distancing both inside the premises and outside. Anyone isolating or vulnerable let us know on the phone and we'll work out a way to get a delivery to you. Phone 021483 2777 or 0857825239 to place your order. We will be reviewing the situation on a daily basis so please bear with us and use the system we have in place. Thank you and stay safe

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.

Calling all our vegan friends...we are delight to be able to get our VEGAN MENU back up and running again! Just ask for the vegan option when you order. We have a dedicated area for preparing and cooking our vegan food

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.

Contact Information

Phone:       (021) 483 2777

Facebook:  ChishnFipsCork/

Address:     Lower Road




Hours of Business

Open Daily all Summer

12.00 - 22.00

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

Coastal Walks

River Walk

Fort Camden 20 minute walk

RCYC Sailing Club