Fish and chips has been a culinary favourite since the 1860s and is now even more commonly eaten by the seaside. Nostalgia hits hard at the thought of walking along the seafront with a cone of lightly salted chips, doused in the classic chip-shop vinegar.
It’s the many couples, families and dog walkers who stroll across the Swansea Bay that inspired us to launch our all new posh chippy menu.
We’ve always prided ourselves on our locally-sourced fresh fish from Deb and her team at Swansea Fish, located just moments from Mustard & Rye. This menu allows us to showcase the stunning variety of fish caught just off the coast of Swansea Bay.
With both an eat in and take away option, you can sit in the comfort of our quirky restaurant setting or take your fish and chips away to soak up the views of Swansea bay, or the stunning marina just a stone’s throw away from Mustard and Rye.
So, what from our menu will take your fancy? For those in need of a quick bite or who have a smaller appetite, why not start with our lighter dishes with
choices from smoked haddock and pea fish cakes, classic popcorn cockles with garlic mayonnaise, salt and pepper calamari with chunky tartare sauce or a pint of shell prawns with Marie rose sauce as well as other delicious bites – enough to satisfy any taste bud.
For those with a larger appetite wishing to dine by the sea with some of the best fish around, we’ll serve up your classic beer battered cod and chips with mushy peas, we certainly can’t forget those! We’ve also got something a little different in store with ‘the cheeky’ option of curried cod cheek bites.
A twist on your classic fish and chips we have catered for those who like a little kick to their meal. Living up to its name ‘the spicy’ you can tuck into a piri piri spiced loin of cod, Cajun spiced chips, deep fried chilli, jalapeno tartare sauce with a side of hot calamari rings, it’s certainly sure to leave your mouth watering.
Our vegetarian option is a little on the cheesier side with our succulent beer battered halloumi sticks, fresh mushy peas and chunky tartare sauce.
So, whatever the weather, make sure you get yourself down to Mustard and Rye and taste the nostalgia of a delicious fish and chips along the seaside.