Stopped in for some fish and chips. I ordered at the counter and my food was brought to the table. I got the small order which was plenty - two decent size pieces of haddock. The fish was cooked very well - and not too...More
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pizzqa crunchie used to be worth getting but the batter on all the available products is too soft and soggy and chips are always stodgy
Have used the dolphin twice now for carry-out only, and have been happy with the consistency and portions of the fish and chips. Can recommend ,as good as it gets.
A plentiful amount of chips but small piece of haddock, sadly overcooked. Given that it was cooked to order and hadn't been sitting being kept hot, I would've expected better.
Staying in Nairn this was a convenient place for fish and chips. Which were fine. But... Went in and paid for food. Waited until person before us got theirs, went up to counter. System in operation it's all in order and food all available. Server...More
I have to have my Red Pudding fix when visiting, did not disappont.Husband, Mum & Dad had Fish Suppers no complaints. Situated half way on the High Street
Often a bit of a queue but well worth the wait. Fish and chips from the Dolphin eaten outdoors in the sunshine. Perfect! Well worth a visit.
visited nairn as we were staying in pitlochry absolutely pouring with rain , but coats on hoods up ! walked around town centre and spied the dolphin fish and chip shop, we wanted to try fresh fish and chips and boy did they deliver !!...More
Normally visit friar tucks in harbour street for fish suppers but as he doesn't open on a Monday visited the dolphin. Have used it to mixed feelings over the years but after tonight's fish supper won't be back. Chips were fine, fish was dripping in...More
After an early start and a mixed journey we decided to visit the Dolphin for an easy meal and we were glad we did receiving lovely freshly cooked fish and chips