We are on the look-out to find the best Chippy of 2018.
Cod or haddock? Mushy peas or curry sauce, with or without salt and vinegar, there’s nothing we Brits love more than a fish supper from the local chippy, and with literally thousands of chip shops in the UK everyone has their favourite! Now we want you to tell us which of your local chippies gets your vote.
It could be because of the freshly-cooked food, traditional style dishes, select and exclusive dishes you can find in only the place you use. Perhaps you love the friendly staff, the traditional style or the way your fish is fried.
We have drawn up a shortlist of chip shops and restaurants which will compete for the title of Chip Shop of the Year 2018. So who is deserving of a ‘plaice’ in the list of top finalists?
To vote from the list, simply return the coupon in this week’s Express, stating the voting number, full name and address of the chip shop or restaurant you wish to vote for.
Closing date for votes is 10am on Friday September 21.
Photocopied or defaced coupons will not be accepted.
Hand-delivered coupons to the office or coupons received after the closing date will also not be accepted.
Who gets your vote?
1: Chippy Wood, 40-42 Sparable Lane, Wakefield.
2: Kirkhamgate Fisheries, 189 Batley Road, Kirkhamgate.
3: Wetherby Whaler, Calder Island, Wakefield.
4: The Codfather, 117 Townley Road, Wakefield.
5: George A Green Fisheries, 89 George A Green Road, Wakefield.
6: Saint Michaels Fisheries, 5 Horbury Road, Wakefield.
7: Mother Hubbard’s, 72 Horbury Road, Wakefield.
8: Sharlston Fisheries, 73 Weeland Road, Sharlston.
9: Kingfisher, 597 Denby Dale Road, Calder Grove.
10: Barracuda, 5 Horbury Road, Ossett.
11: Queens Drive Fisheries, 123-125 Queens Drive, Ossett.
12: Browns Fisheries, 64 Queen Elizabeth Drive, Normanton
13: Mandy’s Tradional Fish & Chips, 8-8a Market Street, Normanton.
14: King Fry Fisheries, 102 Church Road, Normanton.