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This Waterloo Road fish and chip shop has been around for years - half a century, in fact. It's very much a traditional chippie, with a look that suggests not a lot has changed here since it opened back in 1964. There is one notable recent aesthetic adornment, though - a photo of John Prescott picking up a take away. If that's not a ringing endorsement we don't know what is.
The fish is fresh and not frozen, with the usual suspects fizzed in the fryer: cod, haddock, rock, plaice and scampi - plus the odd special. They're available alongside saveloys, sausages, pies, Southern-fried chicken, burgers, omelettes, kebabs, onion rings, mushy peas, gherkins and pickled onions. Diners certainly shouldn't want for choice.
Apple pies, banana fritters, chocolate fudge cakes and banana splits make up a keenly priced dessert selection. Drinks are soft, with carbonated staples alongside teas, coffees, that kind of thing.