Amber Jacks, Cottesloe

Amber Jacks, Cottesloe

The popular Amber Jacks fish n chip shop is perfect for grabbing a takeaway meal for enjoying by the beach. We discovered it recently after a dip in the ocean at Cottesloe beach, with our grandkids and we were on the lookout for a quick, casual and easy dinner.

Amber Jacks, Cottesloe

The Fremantle doctor was blowing far too strong to take our food over the road and enjoy it on the lawn. Instead, we made use of their dine-in facilities and still managed to eat alfresco.

Amber Jacks, Cottesloe

Food

New Zealand Hake is the standard fish used in their “fish and chips” local options such as Red Spot Emperor, Orange Roughie and Whiting are also often available. We enjoyed the New Zealand Hake fillets, $9.90 each, with a generous portion of hot chips.

Amber Jacks, Cottesloe

My daughter chose the grilled fish of the day, which was tasty Orange roughy, lightly battered, $14.50.

Amber Jacks, Cottesloe

Our grandkids had a kids serve of fish and chips with sauce, $8.90. Kids packs of chicken nuggets or Calamari and chips are also available.

And of course fish and chips isn’t complete without the extras… battered sausage, crab sticks, dim sims, fish cake, pineapple fritter, marinated octopus and much more are on the menu. We just HAD to have a serve of tender, lightly crumbed calamari ($9.90 for 12 pieces).

In the cabinet you’ll also find fresh salads, coleslaw and ice creams for later. There’s also a selection of bottled drinks.

All in All

Amber Jacks claim to be “the most hygienic Fish and Chip store in Australia” using only the best and cleanest oil, which is filtered EVERY night, resulting in there trademark fresh taste. Amber Jacks is great for a casual family dinner by the beach, over a spectacular west-coast sunset.

Amber Jacks, Cottesloe

The Details

Address: 28/94 Marine Parade, Cottesloe, Perth.

Phone: 9385 0977

Opening Hours:
Summer, Lunch and dinner 7 days.
Winter, Lunch and dinner Wednesday to Sunday.

Website: www.amberjacks.com.au

Disabled Access: No, there are a couple of steps to the entrance.

Parking: There is street parking right next to the venue, as well as in the beach car park opposite. At peak times (summer weekends and school holidays) this can be very busy.

Grandchild Friendly: Yes. There is a children’s menu available.

About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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