Banner Fisheries located at 18 Hawthorn Terrace Central, York YO32 4BL, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01904 769366

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nathan fagan

5 Google Rating

Visited a few times over the past few months, the staff are always super friendly, quick to serve an

5/ 5

Visited a few times over the past few months, the staff are always super friendly, quick to serve and the fish was good. No Tartare sauce though!? Would go again.

Sean Bass

5 Google Rating

I cannot fault this establishment. We visited on a Friday lunchtime when pupils from the local schoo

5/ 5

I cannot fault this establishment. We visited on a Friday lunchtime when pupils from the local school were very much in evidence. That being the case, the staff were excellent and although the queue was long, they got through the orders quickly. The food was well cooked and still warm when we got home. It was also high quality. This has to be the second best chip shop in the York area after Osbaldwick.

Pete binnington

1 Google Rating

Had chips and curry sauce chips tasted like they had been warmed up from the day before and not enou

1/ 5

Had chips and curry sauce chips tasted like they had been warmed up from the day before and not enough curry sauce

david butler

5 Google Rating

Best fish and chips in York Hello

5/ 5

Best fish and chips in York Hello

Fiona McMillan

5 Google Rating

Excellent fish and chips as always

5/ 5

Excellent fish and chips as always

Paul Carroll

5 Google Rating

Amazing best fish and chip shop in York I was so full but didn't wanna waste any of the food. Unbeat

5/ 5

Amazing best fish and chip shop in York I was so full but didn't wanna waste any of the food. Unbeatable prices best worth more money. ⭐⭐⭐

Paul Rhodes

5 Google Rating

Love me fish and chips ..Great staff ..up there with the best I've had

5/ 5

Love me fish and chips ..Great staff ..up there with the best I've had

olivia lynch

5 Google Rating

It was the best fish and chips 🍟 ever and it was all cooked fresh

5/ 5

It was the best fish and chips 🍟 ever and it was all cooked fresh

Gary Rodgers

5 Google Rating

Great fish, chips and spam fritters. Tasty and fresh. O and delicious Irish curry sauce.

5/ 5

Great fish, chips and spam fritters. Tasty and fresh. O and delicious Irish curry sauce.

Peter Mathers

5 Google Rating

Very friendly, very generous portions. Yum!

5/ 5

Very friendly, very generous portions. Yum!

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  • Wednesday16:30 - 20:00
  • Thursday16:30 - 20:00
  • Friday16:30 - 20:00
  • Saturday16:30 - 19:00

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