Unfortunately this business is permanently closed. We have kept this page up in case you need it (you are here, so it was worth it!).
The shop and restaurant had a long history in Headingley. Arthur Brett and family moved here in about 1899 as the suburb grew. He acquired a horse and cart and worked as a carting agent carrying people and goods around the area. In 1919, he launched a new venture by going to Leeds market everyday bringing fresh fish back to his shop to sell.
It gained its national reputation through cricket with famous players and commentators becoming its most devoted customers.
There are gluten free food options available.
“New daily specials to keep people’s interest. We are using British locally-sourced foods including meat from a local butcher and fresh fish delivered straight here from Whitby.”
There are a small selection of soft drinks available.