Belfast & Northern Ireland

Long's Fish Restaurant

  39 Athol St      (+44) (0)28 9032 1848     more than a year ago
For almost a century, Long's has been serving misers, minions and millionaires its classic chips-with-everything fast-food fodder. The wood-panelled walls and formica booths provide an authentic chip shop backdrop for folk who like their food sans the fancy trimmings, designer vibe or faux-retro decor. Honest-to-goodness fried food from the oldest chippy in town. As they say in Belfast, you can't beat it with a big stick. Find it off Grosvenor Rd.

Amenities

Takeaway
City centre location

Open

OpenĀ 11:45 - 18:30, SatĀ 12:00 - 18:00. Closed Sun.

Price/Additional Info

£

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08.02.2014
Brian Rooney
ADELAIDE AUSTRALIA
without a shadow, the best fish n chips in the world not to mention the fantastic pasties. every time I get back to Belfast its my first port of call. great friendly staff too.
09.10.2013
james
glasgow
aye have been at longs a few times on trips home and so looking forward to the next time best fish and chips in the city wish there was one in glasgow
02.02.2012
Mark Hunter

By Far The best chippy ive every tasted in the world never mind just n.ireland
29.05.2011
John

Belfast is in northern ireland***. Yeh it's a good chippy
07.12.2009
MARK and NED

we go to longs at least once a week The best fish and chips in ireland you just cant go wrong Brilliant And the service is 100%
16.12.2008
sinead

perhaps contact Longs Fish and Chip shop and ask them?- we could give it a shot but maybe wouldnt taste the same!!!!- Glad to hear you like good old traditional foods from good old Belfast!. Good luck and hope the surgery went well
06.11.2008
GW

No offence but if you have open heart surgery, I don't think that pasties should be on your menu
11.08.2008
Oonagh Mc Cune

I am From Belfast and started eating at Long's every Friday on my lunch as I worked in Clelands.I am now living in Americia and every time I get home I have to go to longs for a Pastie, I usely get several. I was wondering if you could let me know how to make pastie's. I recently had open heart surgery and won't be able to get back to Belfast for a while.Thank you...Oonagh Mc Cune
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