Clean-shaven and foolish
Where would one purchase the tastiest fish and chips in the city centre?
it's ok when the fish hasn't been left on the heater having been cooked earlier. seems to happen a lot there that you don't get it freshly fried... if you have a missus she won't appreciate this in bed! i suppose you could just tell/ ask them to do a fresh one. still, this is the one i usually go for, the only actual city centre chippy i know of.whats that one on the corner of portland st and princess st, near the grey horse like?
that's exactly how i'd put it. i think the key is to just say you are prepared to wait for freshly fried fish. say that and they'll know you can tell the difference.Portland Plaice. Its a bit hit and miss. Nice folk who work there though.
Abergeldie Cafe, Shude Hill, Manchester. NEW
Once serving the Smithfield wholesale market next door-now long gone- the Abergeldie retains a long counter with a steel hotplate for cooking; battered and bubbling pans on the hobs behind; Formica booths, proper tables and the original window frames. The Heath-Robinson style tea system behind the counter brings it all into focus. (In September 2003, film-crews turned the Abergeldie and surrounding streets into a mock-up of New York's SoHo district for a remake of Alfie starring Jude Law.)