Where to purchase fried fish and French fries in the Greymouth District (NZ)

You might be a newbie to the Gray District or pondering going there sooner rather than later and might be pondering where you may get some fried fish and French fries. Here is a choice of spots to browse.

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COBDEN TAKEAWAYS

This is my number one spot for takeaways. It is on Bright Street Cobden on the southern side of the Gray River. From Greymouth go over the scaffold, turn left and continue to go for 150 meters. They make the best fried fish and French fries around there. It isn’t only a takeaway, it is likewise a corner shop/dairy selling a ton of different kinds of staple goods and family things.

RUNANGA TAKEAWAYS

Runanga is 7 kilometers north of Greymouth yet in the event that you are getting back from a day out to Punakaki to see the Pancake Rocks blowholes you might need to drop in to Runanga takeaways for some fried fish and French fries on your way home. I rate Runanga takeaways on a standard with Cobden Takeaways as giving some pleasant fried fish and French fries.

FOUR J’S TAKEAWAYS (Paroa)

Four Js is an overall store, dairy/bistro just as takeaways. It is on the primary street at Paroa, you can’t pass up a great opportunity whatever bearing you are driving. On the off chance that you are on your route home from a day out at Shantytown and extravagant takeaways for tea then Four J’s is a choice.

MACA STORE and TAKEAWAYS (Runanga)

Maca’s is on McGowan Street, the central avenue in Runanga. It serves the nearby populace so on the off chance that you wind up living in Runanga, you will be satisfied to know there are two chippies around there. Maca’s additionally goes about as an overall store selling various staple things.

MERV N’ KIPS (Tainui Street)

This is at upper Tainui Street across the street from BP.

SANTE FE MILK BAR (Turmaha Street)

Sante Fe is on that road at the rear of Dixon Park. It is likewise helpful to Anzac Park.

MAGGIE’S CAFE (Mackay Street)

This isn’t a takeaway however you can buy fried fish and French fries and different takeaways here during business hours generally from the morning till around 5. I referenced it here on the grounds that it is my #1 Cafe in Greymouth. Maggie’s Cafe is on Mackay Street across the street from Paper Plus.

SPEIGHTS ALE HOUSE (Mawhera Quay)

This is a pleasant spot to eat in or takeaway. Has a pleasant bar also.

PARKYS (Marsden Road)

This is simply off Shakespeare Street, serving the local location close to the secondary school.

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