This Fish And Chip Shop Lets You Drink Prosecco With Your Battered Cod
A fish and chip shop in Gloucestershire has been nicknamed 'Britain's poshest chippy', after launching a menu that includes cocktails, prosecco and even £200 Dom Perignon champagne to accompany your chippy dinner.
Malt & Anchor, in Cirencester, was named one of the best restaurants in the UK, but it's certainly not your average fish and chip shop.
Aside from serving up chippy favourites including battered sausage, mushy peas and curry sauce, the upmarket eatery also offers some very swanky meals - including bouillabaisse, king prawn gnocchi and monkfish salad.
Instead of pickled eggs, expect quail eggs preserved in champagne, while in addition to the usual chippy condiments, you can also sauce up your fish and chips with garlic aioli, sweet chilli sauce and very fancy ham hock and leek mushy peas.
While we're always completely stuffed after having a chippy tea, the restaurant even offers starters, including smoked salmon fishcakes, and panko-coated prawn and calamari.
Very posh, indeed.
No chip shop would be complete without a selection of stodgy pies, however (cheese and onion is a clear winner, right?)
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Well, for those trying Veganuary, Malt & Anchor offers a vegan, spiced chickpea pie option and for meat-eaters, venison pie as well as wild boar and chorizo are both on the menu.
Obviously, it wouldn't be a fish and chip shop without the fish, and the restaurant offer cod and haddock, both sustainably-caught.
You can even upgrade to a premium beer batter for 50p.
Meanwhile, the sausages are from local butchers Jesse Smith's and are made from locally sourced meat.
The drinks menu is equally impressive, with red, white and sparkling wines as well as champagne and cocktails.
While the chip shop offers a full takeaway menu, you can also sit in, with the nautical-themed restaurant decorated with chic wood panelling and aqua blue seating.
See you there!
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