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Re: Plymouth chip shop voted best in the UK

Posted: 14:01 31 Jan 2017
by TinTin
In the summer, when I come back, let's have a "Pasoti Chipathon" ?

We choose our favourite chippy and go visit them one day [unannounced] and score them on a pre-determined score sheet.

The best will be awarded "The Pasoti Chippy Award" trophy and can offer concessions on Match Days to Argyle fans and Pasoti Members ?

Keep the Faith :scarf:

Re: Plymouth chip shop voted best in the UK

Posted: 18:29 31 Jan 2017
by Pogleswoody
TinTin wrote: In the summer, when I come back, let's have a "Pasoti Chipathon" ?

We choose our favourite chippy and go visit them one day [unannounced] and score them on a pre-determined score sheet.

The best will be awarded "The Pasoti Chippy Award" trophy and can offer concessions on Match Days to Argyle fans and Pasoti Members ?

Keep the Faith :scarf:



All of them? In one day?? :sick: :lol:

Re: Plymouth chip shop voted best in the UK

Posted: 03:15 01 Feb 2017
by TinTin
All of them over a period of time - yep ?

Wash it all down with a pint in The Brit or any other recommended local near to the chippy being tested ?

Sounds like fun as I DO miss my fish and chips when I am away :sad:

Keep the Faith :scarf:

Re: Plymouth chip shop voted best in the UK

Posted: 19:32 03 Feb 2017
by Lundan Cabbie
A decent fish n chip shop is no good if it's not within a 10 minute walk.

Re: Plymouth chip shop voted best in the UK

Posted: 01:15 04 Feb 2017
by TinTin
That is why, Fryer Tuck in St Levan Road [PW's choice] is my choice as well.

Keep the Faith :scarf:

Re: Plymouth chip shop voted best in the UK

Posted: 01:28 04 Feb 2017
by Lundan Cabbie
TinTin wrote: That is why, Fryer Tuck in St Levan Road [PW's choice] is my choice as well.

Keep the Faith :scarf:



Is that the one by Palladium DIY or the one by College Road School?

Re: Plymouth chip shop voted best in the UK

Posted: 02:32 04 Feb 2017
by TinTin
Next to the Palladium - yep !

The "Sea Queen" in St Levan Road [across the road from The St Levan Inn and near College Road Primary School], I believe, was closed when I was home in the summer ?

Maybe my "local spies" can confirm whether that is still the case ?

But, in my opinion, NOT a patch on Fryer Tuck.

Imagine, coming back after a few beers in The Brit and then fish and chips in The Fryer Tuck :D

Best of both worlds - can't wait until July !!!!! :crazy:

Keep the Faith :scarf:

Re: Plymouth chip shop voted best in the UK

Posted: 10:25 13 Feb 2017
by katkin
I have enjoyed Kingfisher but think Francines is better and right next door to my work so easy to pick up if I need to.

We went to the one at Woolwell on Fri as it was convenient on route home from Tesco - fish and batter were great but chips weren't quite so good

Sounds like we need to try Rockfish

Re: Plymouth chip shop voted best in the UK

Posted: 11:12 13 Feb 2017
by TinTin
Katkin

Get down to Fryer Tuck - it is not far from you !!

Keep the Faith :scarf:

Re: Plymouth chip shop voted best in the UK

Posted: 13:46 13 Feb 2017
by Tugboat
Francine's is good for value and portion size but I swear by Rockfish for quality and tastiness of fish.

Still staggered and a little pee'd off about the Kingfisher rave reviews. I must have had a bad one say experience but won't ever go back.

Fryers is a good honest chippy that cooks to order fresh fish.

Re: Plymouth chip shop voted best in the UK

Posted: 17:39 20 Feb 2017
by Bermudian Green
andyr1963 wrote:
Benbow Street Ok but bonus points for MASSIVE portions. :greensmile:


Is that still going? I used to work in the PSA Offices at the top of Albert Road, and Benbow Street chippy was a regular lunchtime stop. Soon became a fat tub of lard.

Re: Plymouth chip shop voted best in the UK

Posted: 16:45 03 Mar 2017
by Verte
Benbow street chippy - we would walk from Tamar High School up to Benbow - munch the chips and get back for afternoon lessons or sometimes not :)