Value for money, great staff with excellent customer service - definitely the best fish and chips around
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Nice fish&chips here but a bit more expensive than others in town when you eat in but reasonable prices compared to Leeds and the staff here are freindly and polite i reccomend this to new customers.
We went here on a Thursday tea time and was the only ones in the restaurant and it was a little cold, but the waitress took us straight to our table and we ordered our food. I'm not normally a fish and chip fan but...More
...was to be had one Sunday afternoon. Popped in and ordered 2 large cod, two jumbo sausages two chips, one large curry and one large peas. Swiftly relieved of £16 something contactlessly, I waited for the fish to be fried. Pleasantries exchanged, the girl serving...More
Before I carry on, we have eaten here before and the fish and chips were lovely. We came in late in the afternoon, only three other couples in already eating. No sign of anyone for service for nearly five minutes, after being seated with our...More
We had fish and chips from Papa's for the first time. We got takeaway, sausage and chips and fish and chips with gravy. It was more expensive than what I pay near my work, but we felt it was worth it and will visit again....More
I ordered a big cod fillet and chips, and it was very big indeed. Regular size would surely have been enough. However, garden peas / mushy peas appeared not to be an option. Not a fancy restaurant, but decent enogh f & c.
I have visited here about ten times now, and the meals have been very consistant. I consider Papa's as good as fish n chips at the coast. Haddock, chips, curry sauce and a pickled onion is my fav of the day. Pensioners serving is larger...More
We visited this café this morning and had lunch, it was clean and tidy and the staff nicely dressed. I only wanted a snack my partner had fish and chips I had a chip butty plus 2 coffees, it cost nearly £14.00 for both of...More