New Overstrand business The Bucket List is changing the way we eat chips by the coast

Chips topped with hake nuggets, Marie rose sauce, pickled cucumber and pea puree from The Bucket Lis

Chips topped with hake nuggets, Marie rose sauce, pickled cucumber and pea puree from The Bucket List in Overstrand. Photo: Nathan Boon - Credit: Nathan Boon

Chips in a bucket? Bespoke toppings? The Bucket List is here to change the way you think about seaside food.

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Created by Nathan and Adele Boon, The Bucket List is a quirky new business housed in a horsebox trailer in Overstrand, selling hand cut chips with unique toppings.

Mr Boon, who also works as head chef at The White Horse in Overstrand, had been toying with the idea of setting up the business for years, before going ahead in June.

He said: 'My family recently relocated to Overstrand and I felt it was the perfect place to start as it's a fantastic beach and chips by the coast should be statutory.

'Adding toppings to our chips allows us to have a bit more fun and the flavour combinations are endless.'

The chisagne bucket from The Bucket List, Overstrand. Photo: Nathan Boon.

The chisagne bucket from The Bucket List, Overstrand. Photo: Nathan Boon. - Credit: Nathan Boon


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The Bucket List operates from Paul's Lane Car Park and the menu changes daily.

Popular toppings include Chisagne (beef bolognaise, Parmesan, white sauce and garlic bread crumb) as well as a take on traditional fish and chips with hake nuggets, Marie rose sauce, pickled cucumber and pea puree.

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The business is set to expand to cover event hire and Mr Boon says the couple are looking to open a shop in Norwich in the future.

The Bucket List is open daily until the end of September from noon to 7.30pm.

For more information visit facebook.com/chipbuckets

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