Great taste card destination. Everything comes in liberal portions. The battered mackerel is worth a try as I've not seen this before and it's great. A good place for a tourist to sample this most British of cuisines
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Fish and chips were fabulous with a portion of mushy peas!!!Lots of steps to climb and lacking in atmosphere,stuck in a bit of a time warp and badly needing a refurb!! Service was adequate.
Took the opportunity on a whirlwind visit to Leeds, to stop off at Nash's. It was a place we often visited with family when I was younger. Having moved from the city some years ago I wasn't even sure it was still running but very...More
Me & 7 friends had a lovely meal followed by delicious ice cream before the theatre. It was really enjoyable-the food was hot and fresh & more than plentiful-service was excellent and was all good value for money. Thanks for another great visit xx
Looking for somewhere to eat before going to the Leeds Grand Theatre we found Nash's just around the corner. We both ordered fish chips and mushy peas and found it exactly as you would want. Lovely fish with crisp batter, hot chips and peas. It...More
If you've never been to Nash's in Leeds it's well worth a visit. It is tucked way in the Tudor buildings at the bottom of Merrion Street with a Take Away to the rear and another entrance to the restaurant. I don't eat fish and...More
I can't believe I have lived in Leeds for over 53 years and never been here before. I started with a prawn cocktail, straight back to the 70's eh! Okay so it's not haute cuisine but it was a great start. No probs from me....More