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Littlehampton Shops Opposite The View Of  River Arun And Boats
Littlehampton Shops Opposite The View Of River Arun And Boats

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Marian



Registered: April 2012
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Marian

Registered: April 2012
Posts: 450
Sun September 14, 2014 16:09

Many a happy fish and chip meal putting on the pounds and enjoying the view from
the table in the window of the River Breeze restaurant. Always seemed to meet people in there, customers and staff, who would join in friendly chats. Really nice place. Smile
David Humber

Registered: January 2012
Posts: 202
Mon September 15, 2014 16:37 Rating: 10.00 

So, if you had F & C in the River Breeze, that must mean there were three fish and chip places in a row. I wonder if the Indian did more trade than any of them?
Marian

Registered: April 2012
Posts: 450
Mon September 15, 2014 18:50

Whenever we were there, the fish and chip shops were always busy. If the River Breeze was full, we could go into Osca's. It was good sitting at those tables in the window seeing the view and when sunny, in the full heat of the sun. The place further along was Fred's which I believe had been voted one of the best and there were always queues along the pavement for take aways. All of them were great and it was hard to walk past without being tempted. Not to mention the creamy ice-cream for an extra treat.:) I think the Indian Restaurant was more for evenings out.
Admin

Registered: January 2012
Posts: 537
Thu September 25, 2014 00:11

I like sitting on the wall throwing chips into the air to see if the seagulls catch them before they land. One of those fish and chip shops often has long queues outside around tea time during the summer. What year are your pictures?
Marian

Registered: April 2012
Posts: 450
Sat September 27, 2014 12:51

Smile I have added a picture of people on the wall opposite the shops. Maybe you're one of them but can't see any flying chips Smile
These were pictures I took maybe 3 or 4 years ago.

 


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