A bright and airy fish and chip shop with limited seating mainly laid out as a bar/stool arrangement and limited seating available outside, adjacent to a busy road. The quality of the food varies dependent on the 'fryer'. A regular visitor, usually the quality is what you would expect from a chippy in the UK for better value. Unfortunately, on occasions, both the fish and the chips are overcooked. I have a healthy appetite and usually struggle to finish the generous portions. They tend to wait to give you your drinks until your food comes but a request for these straight away is never a problem. A word of warning - the pepper comes out of the shakers in masses. If the quality of food was more consistent I would have given a Very Good Rating. Nevertheless, the best chippy I have come across on my various European travels.
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