tartan dr martens Cirencester has the best new chip shop in the country
Beating off competition from across the country and going through various judging stagesthat includedinnovative approaches to running a new fish and chip shop, promotional activities, and approaches to sustainable and responsible sourcing, the shoplifted the trophy at a glittering bash at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London yesterday.
The chippie in Castle Street, Cirencester,
was up against two other shops, Fish and Chips at Weston Grove in Cheshire and Quayside Restaurant and Fish Bar in Aberdeenshire.
“Fish and chips is a part of British history and heritage and I like to think we are bringing something different and innovative to this world famous industry.
“I have worked in the hospitality and bar scene for over 15 years, so I have combined this with the great flavours of fish and chips by bringing in our own specially brewed beer, we also combine the traditional dish with carefully selected prosecco which actually complements fish and chips.
“The restaurant and takeaway has some well received differences such as ham hock and leek mushy peas, lemon and thyme and other infused salts,
pickled quail eggs and a quirky shop interior to name a few.