Monday, 18 February 2013

Bizzie Lizzie's, Skipton, North Yorkshire

There's not a lot happening on the food front round here at the moment, so fish and chips is about as exciting as it's going to get.

Bizzie Lizzie's in Skipton served up a decent effort. A hefty slab of moist fish, deftly battered, was good even if it was cod. Are they not in the haddock triangle round these parts?

The chips were fine, and supplied in modest rather than the usual gargantuan chip shop quantities. Sensible really, as I'm sure the UK wasted chip mountain could feed small nations.

Overly clarty peas needed letting down a bit, I'm still scraping green stuff from the roof of my mouth (at least I think that's the peas). Home made tartare sauce was better and a buttered white slice apiece was included. Chip butty heaven.

A bit pricier than my usual fish and chip forays, but you do pay extra for the privilege of crockery, cutlery and table service. About £9.50 all in for fish, chips, peas, bread and tea.


36 Swadford Street
North Yorkshire
BD23 1QY

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