5-7 Cliff Street Town Centre Bridlington YO15 2NJ
I first bowled up in 2011 – walking the wild streets of East Yorkshire – eager to eat.
I was instantly enchanted by your fragrant fish and chips, peg board menu and marvellous tiles.
It would have been rude not to walk right in, sit right down and order a Haddock Special with tea – so I did.
Fast forward to 2014 and here we are again, some minor adjustments to prices and layout, but essentially business as usual.
One more time please – a Haddock Special with tea.
2020 and this time it’s serious I’m going in, armed with an insatiable curiosity, a Panasonic Lumix TZ70 and a healthy appetite – in that order.
I ordered a Haddock Special with tea.
The food was as ever superb, served with winning smile and cooked to perfection by the same owner who had dealt a winning hand nine years ago.
Whilst I awaited my food, I sat patiently taking in my surroundings and a few snaps.
Noting the notice my host observed that she loved children but couldn’t eat a whole one.
For the very first time I noticed the illustrative pictorial panels adorning the range counter.
And the menu above the entrance.
Replete, enough is as good as a feast – I complimented the chef, thanked all and sundry, exited stage right.
Once out on the streets once more, I surveyed the fascia, its tiles and newish fascia.
One thing is for sure I will return, if the good Lord’s willin’ and the creeks don’t rise.
So a big Bird goodbye from the old fish.
And hello to the new.