About Us

About us 

Fish Dish Fish and Chips Restaurant opened its doors on 5th of July 2013 for the first time. Ever since then it gets more and more popular, not only for great location right on the seafront, but especially for its perfectly cooked traditional fish and chips - fried in beef dripping and served with slice of bread and butter. 
Don`t worry if you are not fish and chips lover, there are many other options on the menu - grilled whole fish (sea bass, sea bream), fillet (lemon sole) or steak (salmon), all served with freshly chopped salad. We can please meat lovers too with grilled lamb chops, chicken skewers, homemade beef burger, steak&onion pie and many others. 
The restaurant is licensed, we offer draught beers and interesting selection of wines. 

Fish Dish is family business run by Alper Tekin and Sarka Hessova, who are both very passionate about food. Being part of community, they try to use local suppliers and support local teams (for example Felixstowe United football team).
Alper Tekin studied marketing and management and right after university he stepped in the business life. For the last 21 years he has been working in busy restaurants, especially in Yorkshire (Whitby, Scarborough..), as a manager or business partner. He has learnt how to cook proper fish and chips, he completed National Fish Federation course in Leeds and became professional fish fryer. Influenced by his home country, you can feel touch of mediterranean in every meal, from freshly chopped salads to perfectly grilled fishes. 
Sarka Hessova is perfectionist in everything she does, she likes order and is very organised, that is why she enjoys being Front of House Manager. Sarka has experience with customer service not only in UK, but in other countries too, she speaks several languages and is always happy to help.  

Felixstowe is a well loved traditional seaside resort known for its Blue flag quality sand and shingle beach, long promenade, perfectly kept seafront gardens and seaside attractions. 
 Felixstowe became a fashionable seaside resort in the 1880s, and has retained many of its attractive Victorian and Edwardian houses and hotels. The seafront is over four miles long, with wide promenade that stretches almost the entire length of the beach from Languard Point to Felixstowe Ferry.
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