Time Out says
Top-table fish & chips, a stone's throw from the Jewellery Quarter clock
The taste of the Great British seaside has come to Birmingham in the form of this delightfully quirky and interesting fish and chip restaurant. You’ll find it in the Jewellery Quarter district, conveniently close to the railway station. Along with fish and chips, the restaurant also offers ice cream and, for a touch of glamour, prosecco.
Yes, they do do takeaways, but with the place designed to bring alive the nostalgia of a childhood trip to the seaside, it would be a shame not to dine in. And what’s more, the drinks on offer include Cornish cider, as well as champagne, prosecco and a range of beers. And not forgetting possibly Birmingham’s favourite tipple - gin and tonic.
The traditional fish and chips side of the menu serves up exactly what it says on the tin - battered fish with chips freshly cut each morning, along with pea puree and tartar sauce (£8.95). But you can also push the boat out (geddit?) with a crab and chips or really cause a splash (sorry) with a lobster and chips.
Gluten free foodies will be pleased to hear that everything on the menu at Fishylicious is free of gluten, with the exception of the curry sauce. Vegetarians are also well catered for, making this restaurant a crowd pleasing choice all round.
19 Pitsford Street