I notice some people enjoyed this, but for us, it was ghastly. Slow rude service, the fried fish was watery (could it be that instead of being locally caught it was Vietnamese fish-farm stuff?), chips were soggy, it was not licensed, and if you want a glass for a soft drink, you have to buy four plastic cups for a dollar.
The cutlery is limited to disposable plastic forks, though the bent tines on my fork (see photo) suggest that it may have been through the dishwasher and recycled.
I assume that the person who named this "Best Fish and Chips, seven years running" (see photo) was Horrible Henry, the Headless Hobgoblin who, lacking all organs of taste, wants humans to suffer because they have a sense of taste.
The claim "grilled in garlic, chilli and rosemary" (see photo) is NOT satisfied by slopping some commercial sweet chilli sauce over the fish after it is done, and given that there are local barramundi farms, the quality of the barra was disgraceful. We noticed, too late, that the Wharf Restaurant next door offered a light lunch for $20--we had dinner there several nights earlier, and everything was excellent.
We won't be back to Bub's again.
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