During a recent day out at Salford Quays visiting the various
attractions there, we rounded our day off with a browse in the
Lowry Outlet Mall. After making our way up to the second floor
which includes the fairly large food hall containing a number
of what are essentially fast food outlets with a central dining
area, we decided, that as we had not eaten for several hours,
we would sample some of Harry Ramsden's famous fish & chips.
Although the menu was quite extensive for a small outlet, we
settled for Cod strips with chips, (senior priced) and Plaice with
chips which involved an extra 5 or so minutes waiting time, the
cost for these were reasonable and both included a hot or cold
drink. Being served in a tray with a simulated newspaper inlay,
did not detract from quality of both meals, the chips being soft
on the inside and crispy on the outside and with just the right
amount of batter on fish allowing the Plaice's unique flavour to
come through. Both meals and the containers of tea were hot,
and were generous in quantity, so summing up, this was good
value combined with good quality.
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