Come and enjoy Award winning Fish and Chips, down by the seaside in sunny Exmouth, Devon. Krispies is famous for it's battered chips.
Krispies is owned and lovingly run by Tim and Kelly Barnes. Their vision is to give the best Fish & Chip experience by providing outstanding quality, service, cleanliness and value and to make every customer smile.
Krispies Fish and Chips
Open 7 days per week
12.00 to 10.00pm
57 Exeter Road
Exmouth EX8 1PX
We always looking for keen, enthusiastic and hard working people. See our latest list of vacancies by clicking here
Customer Notice: We will be closed all day today Sunday 15th October. The staff have worked so… https://t.co/fw7kJGLIEW
We are delighted to announce the winner of our colouring competition is...
Mickey Mackerel who was draw by Dillon Price
Well done Dillon – find out who the runners up were and see their amazing pictures by clicking here.
NFFF Quality Award!
We are celebrating again here at Krispies because we have won yet another award. For the second time running we have been awarded the NFFF Quality Award – an accolade held by only 250 Fish & Chip shops in the country (out of an estimated 8,500). To get this award we had to go through a rigorous assessment that covered everything from the quality of our food and service to all the back room stuff including working practices, health and safety and even staff rotas! We are over the moon and a big thank you to our amazing team, we would not win this without your diligence and professionalism.
Come and celebrate fish at Kripsies on National Fish & Chips Day 2 June 2017 and try some fabulous fish you may never have tried for FREE and safe in the knowledge that it is sustainably and responsibly sourced.
Congratulation to counter server Megan Goldsmith who is Fry Magazine's Unsung Hero for May. Well done Megan, you deserve it. Read the article about Megan here
We did it! We won the From Field to Fryer award which means that it's now official that we make the best chips in Britain! Read all about it below.
We are delighted to announce that we have been judged as one of the shortlisted businesses in the Top 60 listing for the Independent Takeaway Fish and Chip Shop of the Year Award which is part of the 2017 National Fish & Chip Awards. Very proud and a special thanks to our team, we couldn't have done this without you guys.
We just had the most unbelievable week! Firstly we earned a certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor (and thank you to all of you who left reviews) and then we won the Best Restaurant, Cafe or Bar in the prestigious Exmouth Business Awards! We are very proud!
We are very excited to be short listed to Best Restaurant, Cafe or Bar in the Exmouth Business Awards. Finals are on 27th May. Fingers crossed!
Putting Fish First
Read all about how the kids fell for fish when we gave a talk about the importance of sustainability at Marpool School.
And the Charity Prize Draw winners are...
Thank you all for your patience but we have now drawn the winning numbers in our prize draw. And they are (drum roll please): 156, 1138, 276, 1441, 463, 542, 1279, 1132, 845. If you are a winner you will have already been contacted. However, don't be disheartened if you didn't win anything because the real winners are the kids at Vranch House School, Exeter. Thank you once again for your support.
Thank you all so much!
Thank you to everyone who came down to the shop on Saturday and bought fish and chips all in aid of charity. We are really excited to report we raised £5412.31 for Vranch House School in Exeter. We are all still recovering but we will be posting the prize draw winners very soon and also more pictures and the story of our day so watch this space.
The Excitement Mounts...!
Here we all our having our photo taken for The Exmouth Journal who will be featuring our Charity Day in the paper next week. It's only a week away now so be sure to tell everyone to come down to Krispies a week on Saturday (27th February) to buy Fish and Chips for £3 in aid of Charity.
To learn about our Putting Fish First campaign and to find out more on sustainability please