Greek owned Paris Seafood Café in Cronulla has been featured in Time Out magazine’s list of best fish and chips in Sydney.

The family business was opened by Paris Mavropoulos in1997, who has spent years mastering the techniques of excellent fish and chips and perfecting his batter.

Fast forward to today, and Paris Seafood Café is still run by Paris, his kids Sofia and Christos, as well as their mum, Helen.

The tight-knit family wants everyone who comes in to feel like they’re having a meal at their home, and are known to provide generous servings and warm hospitality.

Time Out‘s Food & Drink Writer Avril Treasure scoured Sydney to find the best fish and chips and determined that this Cronulla business was amongst the best.

“Here, the batter is thin and crisp, which allows the fish to be the star of the show, and the chips are fluffy and crunchy – exactly how you want them to be,” she wrote.

She said they use fresh oil daily – “which is not always the case at fish and chip shops, and makes everything to order, including the salads.”

“Paris was onto something in 1997, and as this place is always packed, it seems he’s never lost it.”

Paris Seafood Cafe’s fish and chips. Photo: parisseafoodcronulla/Instagram

The restaurant took to social media to share how ecstatic they were to be features in the article.

“Thanks for giving a small business like ours a spotlight. We wouldn’t be here without the support from our customers, staff and family and for that we thank you all,” they wrote on Instagram.