Harbour Fish & Chips located at 11 Salt Ln, Salisbury SP1 1DT, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 07492 400127

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Richard

5 Google Rating

Cant beat freshly cooked fish and chips still piping hot by the time I got home probably the best

5/ 5

Cant beat freshly cooked fish and chips still piping hot by the time I got home probably the best battered sausage I've ever had lovely!

Tom White

5 Google Rating

Friendly staff, very good food. Would recommend to others

5/ 5

Friendly staff, very good food. Would recommend to others

Martin and Fiona Haworth

5 Google Rating

Choose to eat in following a long car journey to Salisbury. Lovely friendly staff, good food. Recomm

5/ 5

Choose to eat in following a long car journey to Salisbury. Lovely friendly staff, good food. Recommended.

Jolie Sippitts

5 Google Rating

good, food good price. we will be back.

5/ 5

good, food good price. we will be back.

༺ Quacky ༻

2 Google Rating

Me and my wife ordered here previously, the chips were massively oversalted, (Yes I asked for salt a

2/ 5

Me and my wife ordered here previously, the chips were massively oversalted, (Yes I asked for salt and vinegar, but I didn't say I wanted the chips as an accompaniment. The chips were really soggy which means they were cooked massively in advance, you need to teach your staff portion control, I understand pre blanching them which is fine, which will improve the chips taste giving them a fluffier yet crisp outside.. but then all you need to do is re-fry them as you said below for 75 seconds.. (Which is better than serving your customers inadequate food.) We were also waiting for the meal for about 20 minutes while the place was rather empty, unacceptable service, unacceptable quality, I don't understand how you have received 4.3* overall. If we were not already at home (10 minute walk before you blame this) we would have complained about this while there.

David Hardingham

5 Google Rating

The best tasting fish and chips in Salisbury. I find the service efficient and pleasant and the food

5/ 5

The best tasting fish and chips in Salisbury. I find the service efficient and pleasant and the food delicious. Love this place!

Ed P

5 Google Rating

Great chip shop. I had battered sausage and chips, my partner had cod and chips, both were perfectly

5/ 5

Great chip shop. I had battered sausage and chips, my partner had cod and chips, both were perfectly cooked and still hot after a ten-minute walk which is always a good sign. Everything was cooked to order (quickly), decent portions for the price and the staff were perfectly friendly. Don't be put off by the negative reviews, most of which I don't think have anything to do with the quality of the food or the service a normal person without an axe to grind would receive.

Julie Vindis

5 Google Rating

A little oasis! Friendly service and oh so delicious chips! We were camping locally and this was a s

5/ 5

A little oasis! Friendly service and oh so delicious chips! We were camping locally and this was a super treat instead of cooking. Highly recommend.

Josh Pugh

1 Google Rating

I have never been so embarrassed in all of my life. I am genuinely exempt from wearing a mask, yet t

1/ 5

I have never been so embarrassed in all of my life. I am genuinely exempt from wearing a mask, yet they wouldn't let me in. Apparently 'people like me' should be ashamed of mtzelf. After calmly and politely offering to show the government website, which shows that you can be exempt, the owner told all of his staff to just ignore me. I was very aware of the CCTV pointing at me and didn't want to lower myself to their standards, so I remained polite. However, they called the police to report me as being a nuisance. There will have been a time when the first black person was refused entry to a shop or the first Jewish person in 1930s Germany, so it is important that behaviour like this is stopped to avoid a segregated community.

David Mackenzie

5 Google Rating

Friendly fast service and great food. We had the steak pie and chips and it was as good as we hoped!

5/ 5

Friendly fast service and great food. We had the steak pie and chips and it was as good as we hoped!

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