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British
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Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
FEATURES
Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible, Seating
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Reviewed 26 August 2016

Good food. We ordered fresh and ate outside at the picnic table. Can buy bulk and take home. Freezes well. Don't let the plain looking building deter you from going inside. This is not a place for nice eat-in dining.

Date of visit: May 2016
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Reviewed 4 August 2016

Such awesome food! Get the fish & chips, you won't be sorry! They have proper bacon, and meat pies, plus some other great English treats.

Date of visit: March 2016
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Reviewed 12 June 2016 via mobile

The location is really bizarre and the building definitely does not appear to be a restaurant. My tea was proper And my husband's fish & chips were quite good. My scone was cold and already pre-filled with clotted cream and jam.

Date of visit: June 2016
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Reviewed 26 May 2016 via mobile

As a former export from England there is nothing like a taste of home. We stumbled upon this off the beaten track place while visiting the university at buffalo. We ordered cod and chips and were pleased to see a whole piece of beer battered...cod cooked to perfection. Double fried chips accompanied the fish and were really good too. My wife also added a battered sausage to complete the experience. Don't expect a quality restaurant seating experience but the food was excellent. There is an English pub next door where you can savour a pint while eating. Well worth the visit.More

Date of visit: May 2016
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Reviewed 24 May 2016

My experience's with The EPP company (now PRKER'S) spans many online & over the phone Orders during my 41/2 yrs living in South Carolina. if you are lucky enough to be able to visit this restaurant then i am envious; as i would cut of...my left arm to sit down to a plate of 'Parkers Fish & Chips with Mushy Pea's!!!!! Over the years I have introduced several of my friends to Parkers, Bacon, Pork Pie's, good old British Rashers & even my family's traditional Haggis supper on Rabbie Burns night! The Staff have always been Excelent to deal with & have gone the extra mile to ensure my orders are always delicious & arive by FedX in perfect condition EVERY time!! All i can say is, if the restaurant food is as good as their Online Shipping Food (which lets face it is made fresh Dayly On The Premises! so why wouldn't it be!) You are in for a Taste bud treat & no mistake! GO, Enjoy & come back here to tell more travellers & expats what made your taste bud's Zing hahahaha I cant wait for my 4lb of Bacon, 1lb Melton Mowbray &1.5lb Gala Pork Pie's!! Now I ask you, what self respecting citizen of Her Majesty would turn down the Great British Bacon Butty!!!!!! So Stop Reading This & Go Get Your Own! you'll Love it.More

Date of visit: May 2016
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Reviewed 21 April 2016

The original fish and chip shop is still going strong and they have now added a pub called Parker's to the back of the building. It is quite a small area and serves food from the fish and chip shop. The lone barmaid/server seemed a...bit overwhelmed which made our lunch take longer than we would have liked, since we were travelling. The shandy was not the half beer and half English lemonade that it should be. It was a bit short on the beer. Our fish and chips were still served in a paper wrapping which is okay. However the chips (fries) were lukewarm and lacked the texture that we have enjoyed on our previous visits. This may be due to a lack of coordination between the two sites and will hopefully improve as they gain more experience. We will eat in the chip shop on our next visit.More

Date of visit: April 2016
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Reviewed 20 April 2016

They were actually closed when I arrived but still served us fish. It was very good, crispy and authentic. I will have to come back and try their chips and new burgers.

Date of visit: March 2016
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Reviewed 6 April 2016

Awkward to get to but worth the drive. Current construction makes it difficult. Huge portions served in real British chip shop fashion. Tea seems to be very delicious here – not sure if we were thirsty but it really hit the spot. Indoor seating isn't...the most comfortable (crowded, not many seats) but this would be a great visit in the summer and eat outside. Unless you are really hungry or want to take leftovers home, one order should be enough for two people. Go early for the freshest chips.More

Date of visit: January 2016
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Reviewed 11 February 2016

I have been anxious to try the EPPC since I first heard about it. The Buffalo dining options have thankfully expanded with some exciting and unique additions to what's available. This spot must be hopping in nicer weather, due to its location. Grab some takeout...and head to the waterfront! But today I ate at one of the counters in the "restaurant". There are counters up against the walls, a few small tables, and the counter where you order and get your food. No table service and I don't believe they serve alcohol in this area. There is evidently a bar/ restaurant around the back of the building, which will overlook a soccer field. I drove back there and when I saw the size of the back area, I envisioned soccer games and yelling crowds with the bar right there! Fantastic idea! I can't wait! Two young guys worked the counter and they were helpful and offered suggestions. I ate a fish and chips there and brought home a cooked pasty and two frozen meat pies. I am a newbie to English dining, so I had no expectations. The fish and chips were wrapped in paper and delicious. White, flaky, fresh cod encased in a crispy batter. I added malt vinegar and loved it. The chips were fresh tasting, but soft. Is that how English chips should be? I'm not sure. They were tasty, but I like my fries crispy. The pasty I brought home (I had no idea what it even was...) was a little football shaped pie. It was filled with beef and onions, I think, and the dough was excellent, as was the filling. Very, very tasty! The fish and the pasty were the only two offerings available to purchase and eat, the rest of the items were available frozen to bring home. I recommend giving the EPPC a try!More

Date of visit: February 2016
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Reviewed 30 November 2015

As a British person who has lived in the States for 30 years, I was really looking forward to trying out this restaurant while visiting my son and his family who live in Hamburg, NY. It's not a great location, more like a warehouse, but...the staff were so nice and as other reviewers have said, there is only a tiny area to eat in the restaurant, but the owners have opened up another bar/restaurant around the back called The Pitch Bar which saved the day for us! It is so named because they are building a soccer pitch around the back and this area will cater to the footie fans in due course. We were a party of 5 adults and 4 kids and the area had a foosball table which kept our grandsons occupied and there was no one else in there on the day after Thanksgiving so we had the place to ourselves which was great. You can order from the Chippy in here and they will bring the food over. The only reason I am not giving this 5* is because they did not have printed menus available in the Pitch Bar and seemed a bit disorganized. However, kudos to Jason behind the bar who went out of his way to accommodate us, having copies of the menu printed, and taking care of us really well. He was terrific. Now the food, it was fabulous and very authentic. The beef and onion pie I had with chips was great, with HP sauce available too (yeah!) and the fish and chips were outstanding. My husband, who only ever eats fish and chips in London, was super impressed. They also offer children's portions. I see that some people have said it's expensive, well we felt the prices were the same as we would pay in England, fish is not cheap and we felt it was suitable for the value. The portions were huge and you could easily share a fish and chips portion. Enjoyed meeting Linda the owner's mother and her grandson Ethan too. They allowed our grandkids to play with Ethan's toys which was much appreciated. Go and enjoy!More

Date of visit: November 2015
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