For all the seafood lovers and fish-and-chips connoisseurs of the world, this one's for you.

As Lent closes in on Good Friday, April 14, fish and chips remain popular among people dining out. I agree with their choice.

There are two types of fish and chips people in the world: those who enjoy a thick and hearty beer batter and those who prefer a more English-style presentation, prepared with a lighter and crispy batter. I tend to lean more toward the English style myself but enjoy both types.

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Although the traditional fish of choice is haddock here on the SouthCoast, there are a good amount of restaurants that dabble with cod as well.

At the end of a long workday, the last thing you want to do is cook and try and think of who/what/where has a good plate of fish and chips. That's the motivation behind this ultimate guide to SouthCoast fish and chips.

It's for when your mind is tired and your stomach is hungry.

From Westport to Wareham and everywhere else in between, allow yourself to de-stress with this simple list of 30 different restaurants from around the SouthCoast that fry and serve up a tasty helping of the classic fish and chips dish.

The most difficult decision will be choosing just one restaurant, so make it a fish and chips tour.

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