Top accolade for Best Fry fish and chip shop in West End

Daily Echo: Best Fry Fish and Chips staff celebrate winning a quality award. Owner John Lee is pictured with Scott Turner, Charlotte Lee, Nick Beattie, customer Steve White, Tom Coxhead and Nathan Digwood Buy this photo » Best Fry Fish and Chips staff celebrate winning a quality award. Owner John Lee is pictured with Scott Turner, Charlotte Lee, Nick Beattie, customer Steve White, Tom Coxhead and Nathan Digwood

THEY have battered the competition to take away a prestigious national award.

Staff at a Hampshire fish and chip shop are celebrating after joining the country’s fish-frying elite.

The Best Fry fish and chip shop, in West End , has scooped the Fish and Chip Quality Award, presented by the National Federation of Fish Friers (NFFF).

The scheme rewards shops that provide quality food and maintain high standards of hygiene.

And the shop could soon be celebrating a double success, after it was named as one of five finalists from across the south in the Independent Takeaway Fish and Chip Shop of the Year award.

John Lee, who runs Best Fry with his dad, Shane, said: “I am very pleased with this award, which my staff and I have worked very hard to achieve.

“We are proud to be recognised by the NFFF and we proudly display our quality award to let our customers know they can buy with confidence in our shop.”

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6:19pm Wed 19 Sep 12

bigfella777 says...

I should hope it is good the prices they charge.
I should hope it is good the prices they charge. bigfella777

10:30pm Wed 19 Sep 12

jeff d says...

yeah but at the end of the day you get what you pay for.you can go else where and save a couple of quid if you want to eat rubbish.but id know what id rather do !
yeah but at the end of the day you get what you pay for.you can go else where and save a couple of quid if you want to eat rubbish.but id know what id rather do ! jeff d

11:29pm Wed 19 Sep 12

chunky_lover says...

A factory of obesity.
A factory of obesity. chunky_lover

12:13am Thu 20 Sep 12

bazzeroz says...

Home made, now, that's the way to go. Salt and vinegar anyone?
Home made, now, that's the way to go. Salt and vinegar anyone? bazzeroz

9:33am Thu 20 Sep 12

Irate Wintonian says...

chunky_lover wrote:
A factory of obesity.
Actually, fish and chips (in moderation) is a very well balanced and highly nutritous meal and is a valuable source of protein, fibre, iron and vitamins, providing a third of the recommended daily allowance of vitamins for men and nearly half for women.

So...nom nom! Pass the vinegar please?
[quote][p][bold]chunky_lover[/bold] wrote: A factory of obesity.[/p][/quote]Actually, fish and chips (in moderation) is a very well balanced and highly nutritous meal and is a valuable source of protein, fibre, iron and vitamins, providing a third of the recommended daily allowance of vitamins for men and nearly half for women. So...nom nom! Pass the vinegar please? Irate Wintonian

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