5 Skeggy-Based Restaurants You Should Eat At

A trip to Skegness isn’t complete without at least one plate of Fish’n’Chips.

This seaside standard is a classic meal that any international visitors simply must try. It’s a dish that you simply can’t find done well outside of the UK. If you’re looking to get the very best Fish’n’Chips then you should resist going to the budget places and find a place that charges a little bit more. Most of the time an increase in price will reflect that the restaurant has paid a little extra for their ingredients, which means that the end product is bound to taste better.

There’s no shortage of decent Fish’n’Chips places in Skegness – if you want to get the inside track, the locals often rave about Epton Ltd. and The Blue Fin. You’ll know you’re eating a decent plate of Fish’n’Chips when the chips are hand cut, crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. The Fish should be flaky but firm and have a good layer of light, crispy batter.

Once you’ve had a good plate of Skegness Fish’n’Chips then you can move on to some of the other great restaurants that are in the local area:

Tarantino

Named after the legendary movie director, the talented chefs at Tarantino serve up a wide range of authentic Italian dishes that deliver big on both flavour and portion size! Italy might be a long way away, but you’ll certainly feel transported there by the traditional pizza and excellent veal cutlets – this is a real local favourite!

Pie Palace

Only in the East Midlands will you find a restaurant called ‘Pie Palace’. Pies are obviously on the menu here, in this conveniently located cafe but there’s also a big range of other great value meals and desserts that will get the whole family excited. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a naughty treat – Pie Palace doesn’t disappoint.

Windmill Restaurant

Burgh le Marsh is a little market town, just a short drive away from Skegness. You might lose the charming seaside flavour for an evening, but you can make up for that with a touch of class by eating meal at the Windmill Restaurant. Although the prices are a little steeper than the Skegness standard, the quality of the meal will certainly not disappoint you.

Steak’n’Stuff

You don’t have to be a genius to work out what kind of cuisine Steak’n’Stuff specialise in. Serving up big variety of meats in a whole assortment of different cuts, the chefs at Steak’n’Stuff know exactly what they’re doing, that’s why the restaurant is the most popular steakhouse in the whole of Skegness! Although you can turn up and grab a table, it’s usually best to book ahead to avoid disappointment.

The View

It’s hard to miss The View, a four-storey beachside restaurant that has been serving visitors of the beach at Skegness for years now. Go during the summer months to enjoy one of their legendary milkshakes, it’s a popular spot during the day but it really shines when it comes to the evenings. With views of the sun setting into the ocean it can often be easy to forget that you’re in Skegness at all!

 

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