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CLINTWESTWOOD
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15/04/2016 : 16:39:33      reply with quote


Where is the best fish & chip shop in Yorkshire ?
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Grandparent
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15/04/2016 : 16:48:46      reply with quote


Oxford Fisheries, Oakworth Road, Keighley
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greengrass
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15/04/2016 : 17:10:09      reply with quote


Addingham or mother hub Ards keighley
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randa
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15/04/2016 : 17:49:04      reply with quote


None of them can touch Parkinsons, Eastgate, Louth, Lincs - the best haddock in the world. well worth the 200mile round trip.............
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15/04/2016 : 18:14:30      reply with quote


oh been to them all in yorkshire then.'laugh :D'); 'laugh :D');
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greengrass
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15/04/2016 : 18:42:52      reply with quote


Doggy bet you nether supplied any fish lol
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Peter
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15/04/2016 : 19:24:53      reply with quote


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None of them can touch Parkinsons, Eastgate, Louth, Lincs - the best haddock in the world. well worth the 200mile round trip.............
You like cold fish n chips????
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15/04/2016 : 19:26:29      reply with quote


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mother hub Ards keighley
Shops that do not use animal oil to fry in can not ever be confused with fish & chip shops. Its a tradition
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15/04/2016 : 21:12:53      reply with quote


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aey theres nowt like fish & chips done in beef dripping,and i now know of one round here phil does at the bridge fisheries in silsden and is very good, hes been there 15 years approx now good size fish and 4 times as much fish in his scones than others...bizzie lizzies skipton and murgatroyds yeadon are good sit downs,,kingfisher was bad the one time i tried it but heard its got a new manager now has anyone tried them lately???
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15/04/2016 : 21:55:09      reply with quote


I did last week doggy and got mine cheaper for being over 60 lol
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16/04/2016 : 10:29:00      reply with quote


Bridge Road Fisheries Sutton fry in beef dripping. Is that hard fat? Their chips are fab fish is good batter 7/10. Couldn't say which is best in Yorkshire, I have not tried them all yet.
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16/04/2016 : 19:41:58      reply with quote


Peter, it is a day out - you go to Cleethorpes to watch the 95th best football team in England and Wales - Grimsby Town, who would be in the premier league if they didn't always have to play away. Have a walk along the mud (Cleethorpes beach), then call at Louth for a sit-down, slap-up, tea bread and butter fish supper on the way back (haddock, with the skin on). You should get out more.
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randa
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16/04/2016 : 19:56:35      reply with quote


Yes, Mr Poodlecatcher, been to them all. That's why I weigh 37 stone.
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hillbilly
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16/04/2016 : 20:32:12      reply with quote


WOW randa that is still three stone less than poodlesnatcher
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randa
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16/04/2016 : 21:24:04      reply with quote


You could also include your old Conningsby haunts in the tour.
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randa
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16/04/2016 : 21:24:35      reply with quote


You could also include your old Conningsby haunts in the tour. Thanks for the plants
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16/04/2016 : 23:52:46      reply with quote


Whitby has a good one, as I remember, over the bridge....
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17/04/2016 : 08:56:42      reply with quote


Cowling chippy, in my book. They don't serve minnows either. Decent portions all round. It's the only chippy I know that also offer battered haggis. They offer the usual curry sauce or an Irish one, which is pretty damn good.
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17/04/2016 : 09:29:22      reply with quote


It's Bizzie Lizzies in Skipton for me.
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17/04/2016 : 09:57:21      reply with quote


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trying the wetherby whaler today,(former h ramsdens guiseley)if i can manage my 40 stone up them stairs,,,,and a jog round the cow and calf on the way back,,,, and yes battered haggis is ace at cowling wish more did these.'happy :)');
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17/04/2016 : 15:33:40      reply with quote


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aey theres nowt like fish & chips done in beef dripping,and i now know of one round here phil does at the bridge fisheries in silsden and is very good, hes been there 15 years approx now good size fish and 4 times as much fish in his scones than others...bizzie lizzies skipton and murgatroyds yeadon are good sit downs,,kingfisher was bad the one time i tried it but heard its got a new manager now has anyone tried them lately???
have up dated this as phil uses beef dripping no wonder they taste so good'happy :)');
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18/04/2016 : 11:46:59      reply with quote


Daves in cross flatts
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gazzer
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18/04/2016 : 12:31:12      reply with quote


I know of Jack's chippy and Daves Village Bakery in Cross Flatts but not Daves chippy
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18/04/2016 : 15:22:01      reply with quote


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I know of Jack's chippy and Daves Village Bakery in Cross Flatts but not Daves chippy
Jack's chippy is one of the best in the area and Daves village bakery is by far the BEST and well worth a visit
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randa
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18/04/2016 : 19:49:25      reply with quote


If you can't make it to Louth, Hadley's in Whitby is a not too inferior substitute. 180 mile round trip, but you could take in the Abbey, Museum of Victorian Science or even better, take the bus to Robin Hood's Bay and walk back along the coast. Great day out.
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15/08/2016 : 15:13:21      reply with quote


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aey theres nowt like fish & chips done in beef dripping,and i now know of one round here phil does at the bridge fisheries in silsden and is very good, hes been there 15 years approx now good size fish and 4 times as much fish in his scones than others...bizzie lizzies skipton and murgatroyds yeadon are good sit downs,,kingfisher was bad the one time i tried it but heard its got a new manager now has anyone tried them lately???
have up dated this as phil uses beef dripping no wonder they taste so good'happy :)');
once again brill f&chips from the bridge and the only local one open on monday
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16/08/2016 : 10:26:20      reply with quote


If this post encompasses the whole of Yorkshire it's Walkers fish restaurant
in East Ayton for us. Beautiful fish there in 3 sizes, unless you have a huge appetite go for small.
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16/08/2016 : 13:24:36      reply with quote


I have to say that the last time I got f+c from the bridge chippy they were crap. Middle chippy next to the lion is much better.
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17/08/2016 : 11:36:47      reply with quote


Totally disagree BRIDGE CHIPPY in Silsden is way better than the middle chippy as they cook the good old fashioned way in beef dripping.
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17/08/2016 : 12:16:29      reply with quote


yes and bigger fish as well beef dripping f&c wins every time'happy :)');
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