There are some things in life that are quintessentially British – the Royal Family, a cup of tea and of course Fish and Chips.

In Bradford, one restaurant has proudly served up the latter two for almost half a century and with every meal fit for royalty, they certainly tick all the boxes.

Fish Dish is Bradford’s favourite chippie, and has been since it first opened its doors in 1968 on St James Street.

Providing 100 per cent haddock, sourced from the clear waters of the North Atlantic Ocean, their famous fish and chips have drawn in crowds from across the city and beyond.

Served in a crispy batter, alongside homemade thick-cut chips, there really is nothing like a Fish Dish Fish and Chips.

Owner, Ziahad Amin explained more about how the restaurant and takeaway was able to keep their fish tasting the freshest around.


“By freezing the fish as soon as it is caught, the freshness and tastes are locked in,” he said. “This means that every haddock served up here tastes like it has just been caught.

“We have worked on this method of preparation for almost 50 years and have been able to master the classic fish and chips dish our customers have come to love.

“Starting from just £2.50, we will not be beaten on price or quality.”

Recently Fish Dish was named as a member of the Bradford Council Good Food Guide for promoting healthy options through their menu.

As well as only using vegetable oil for their fish and chips, every meal is served up with a free side-salad whilst grilled fish options provide a healthy alternative for diners.

When opting for a grilled dish, your choice of tuna, salmon or haddock is marinated in secret spices and sauces, developed over the past 15 years, and served up with your favourite side.

With a recently refurbished interior, providing seating for up to 100 people, there has never been a better time to visit Fish Dish and experience Bradford’s premium fish and chips for yourself.


30 James Street,

City Centre Bradford,


Opening times:

Mon – Sat 9am-7pm    

Sun: 11am-5pm

Tel: 01274 224 551