I always have fish and chips when in Scarborough with my partner and love to try new paces to eat and was very nice
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Myself and daughter visited here and the food was average and over priced, the children's portion was very small yet they charged £2.50 for a small pot of curry sauce instead of beans this was on top of the original price of the kids meal....More
I made two visits to this establishment during my recent trip to Scarborough. The first visit, I had pie, chips, peas and gravy. I enjoyed it and the waitress was unstintingly polite and very courteous. Knowing this place was alright, I visited again for a...More
We went in this one as others were full, as heavy rain had persuaded people to have lunch whilst it stopped. The waitress was very helpful, not just to us but everyone who came in. Service was quick but the chips were a failure as...More
Came here on the last evening of our holiday looking for a traditional fish and chip shop. What we got instead was this cute little restaurant that stirred up a lot of nostalgia of holidays as a child. Plastic table clothes and seaside decor- all...More
The items are cooked in animal fat which although not fashionable these days tastes a lot better. The fish is from their own fish merchants on the nearby quay opposite the restaurant.