Nash's is home to the freshest fish and chips in Leeds, Yorkshire and is AA Rosette Awarded in 2011 for the quality of the fish and chips and menu.
Grandma Nash opened her first chip shop over 80 years ago, and the family name grew to become a sign of quality. This fabulous building in Leeds city centre was opened by the family in 1963, and the owners have gone to great lengths to restore it to its former glory, right down to the classic menu.
Not only that, but, thanks to their exclusive sustainable fish supply, staff really can offer you the freshest fish and chips in Leeds.
Step in off the busy street and head upstairs and you'll be amazed by the haven that awaits you inside Nash's – the owners have taken everything that made this the place to be in the swinging 60s and revitalised it.
So when you walk into the beautifully decorated main dining room, with seating for 90, a grand parquet floor, traditional banquette seating and original tables, staff trust you'll be wowed. Sit down to a classic plate of fish and chips with a big pot of tea and some bread and butter to the side, you'd be forgiven for thinking you've gone back in time.
At Nash's staff believe fish and chips should be simple. No pretensions - just get the best possible ingredients, cook them with care, and serve them with grace.
And because they're fresher than any other chippy around, they've been able to work wonders, whether its Nash's smoked mackerel pate or traditional Haddock and dill fishcakes. Not forgetting the restaurant’s pride and joy, the ever-changing range of their main fish selection, 'Today We Are Frying'. Of course, if you still have room for afters, the chefs have put together a list of perfect old fashioned puds that will do just the trick.
Please note: Nash's Fish Restaurant do not accept any tastecards after 4pm on a Friday and Saturday. The restaurant is closed on Sunday's.