Fish and Chips Whitby
Obviously you can’t go to Whitby without having fish and chips at least once.
Fish and chips is a popular take-away food that originated in the United Kingdom in 1858 or 1863.
It consists of battered (or sometimes breadcrumbed) fish (traditionally cod or in Australia, flake, but sometimes haddock or plaice), deep-fried and accompanied by deep-fried ‘slab-cut’ chips.
Popular tradition associates the dish with the United Kingdom and Ireland. The dish remains very popular in the UK and in areas colonised by British people in the mid 19th century, when the dish originated such as Australia, New Zealand and Canada. The United States has more recently developed it as a staple derived from Canadian and Irish expatriates, but the dish is not considered common outside Lent.
It has also been popular in the Faroe Islands since the 1940s, when it was introduced during the British occupation of the Islands during World War II.
Whitby has many restaurants and takeaway fish and chip shops for you to try!!