We live locally and compare fish and chip shops. Frydays was recommended by friends and we booked and ate inside. We were not disappointed the chips were beautiful ( not greasy ) the fish ( choice of size ) was cooked in a delightfully light batter.The table was served by a young lady who was comfortable in Welsh and English, important in area promoting tourism and a knowledge of the area.
We go to a fish and chip shop to eat fish and chips so we cannot speak for alternative food on offer. It is a busy shop, which is a testament to their popularity, so it is usual to find a queue . The eating area is not spacious the tables are close to each other and it is a very personal experience , we liked the cosy nature . It is important to book a table.
We will return to eat in or takeaway as long as the quality is maintained and judging by the quality of staff and management we are sure it will be.
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