Land and Sea Fish and Chip Shop

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 9 reviews )

20 Main St, Polmont, Scotland, FK2 0PX

Serves meat, vegan options available. General chippy is offering a completely separate vegan menu that they serve on Tuesdays. Food cooked in sunflower oil in completely separate fryers. Vegan choices are vish and chips (battered marinated aubergine); sausage; veggie haggis spring roll; deep fried pizza; chicken nuggets, as well as things like mushy peas, curry sauce and battered pineapple. Open Tue 4:30pm-9:30pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Pizza, Fast food, Take-out, British, Non-veg

9 Reviews

First Review by charrose

Great chippy with plenty options - Edit

Been here a few times now, great food. Us Vegans love our deep fried food too 😄

So many Vegan options, I love the "chicken nuggets" and the spice tofu. It's sooooo good.

If you're going here and you can order in advance I would highly recommend it as it's a very busy place especially for their vegan options, which they only do on a Tuesday evening 😞 Wish they done it at the weekend or something as I would definitely visit more!

Highly recommend

Updated from previous review on 2017-08-19

Pros: great selection of vegan food, good price

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AMAZING!!!!! - Edit

I came here tonight to try the vegan menu and it was amazing! I had the vegan prawn supper which was delicious. I only wish they had the vegan menu every day of the week. Definitely how to do offering vegan options at a chippy right.

Pros: Fantastic vegan menu

Cons: Only available on Tuesdays

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yum!! - Edit

We love this place! Wish more places would follow suit. I believe the vegan menu is now available every day but oil is used for everything on other nights, so only Tuesday doesn’t rush cross contamination.

Pros: tasty food , lovely staff

Cons: only Tuesdays

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Most of the Vegan Menu available EVERY day!! - Edit

Yay - we risked coming here on Sunday and were served by a very knowledgable girl who informed us that the vegan menu was available other than the ‘vish’ and the banana fritters. Tons of choice!

Pros: lots of vegan options

Cons: oil is fresh on Tuesday only

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Vegan Chippie - At Last! - Edit

It's great that there is now a local option for traditional chip shop food, vegan style! I've tried most things now and everything is good... however, their chips are absolutely first class! Best chippie chips I've ever tasted!

Pros: Good selection of vegan items, Separate vegan ordering/paying area

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Vegans only eat lettuce...LOL... - Edit

This has been so random that this chippy in a small town has grabbed hold of the vegan love of deep fried food (how did they knooooow?!) and ran... and ran... and ran with it some more. They have several "suppers" (a deep fried item of choice with chips), including a section of the menu for kids. They also have tofu, and Booja Booja ice cream, and have Sgaia Mheat for sale, too. They've been so busy they need an Argos-style collection point sign to keep the stampede of vegans off to the side while the people of ye olde days who still see dead animal as something which should be considered as food are off to the other side, wondering what on earth is going on.

It would be good if there were a few more places around where one could sit and eat their purchases - we ended up walking a bit to a random wall which did the job but didn't have much atmosphere (could someone speak nicely to the folks who own the neighbouring pub with the tables & chairs outside... I'd buy a pint!).

Once you know where you're going from the train station it's a straightforward 10 minute walk or so. I took a bit of a convoluted route from work (Stirling) then back to Glasgow, on an evening where engineering works where going on, so took me 3 hours to get home! Only for that reason will it likely be a little while before I'm back but if it's easy enough for you to get to and you enjoy vegan junk food I would highly recommend it.

Pros: Variety of options, Can pick up some vegan foodstuff to take home, Easy to reach on public transport

Cons: Nowhere around to sit and eat

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What We've Been Waiting For... - Edit

To be able to visit a chip shop in full confidence there are vegan friendly options is so welcome.

The service is friendly, efficient and there is even a designated waiting area for vegan orders.

Not only that, but there is kombucha, vegan mayo, sgaia mheat and eco-friendly packaging.

Worth the train journey

Pros: Varied menu, Friendly

Cons: No seating

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Great - Edit

My new favourite place! The selection is great and is ever expanding. Lovely staff, lovely food. I highly recommend the haggis and the black pudding.

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vegan chippy - Edit

Can't believe how busy it was! They had so much choice and every thing sounded amazing. I had the v pud - vegan black pudding supper and it tasted scarily similar! I loved it, will be back to try the rest of the menu

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