L&P, fish and chips: Kiwi classics. © L&P

Fish n' chips and L&P on the beach

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From Ahipara to Ahuriri; Mangonui to the Mount; Paihia to Piha – New Zealand is spoilt for spots to enjoy fish and chips by the sea. 

The classic kiwi feast of fresh fish served battered, hot and golden brown with a scoop or two of crunchy chips is the perfect way to wind up a summer’s day. 

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Whether you’re watching a romantic sunset or feeding the family, fish and chips eaten out of newspaper with salt on your skin and sand between your toes is the quintessential Kiwi experience.  

Wash it down with that other Kiwi classic: a bottle of sweet, fizzy L&P for a treat. It’s what summers are made of. 

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