Daisy Fisheries is one of the oldest and most popular traditional fish and chips shop in Bramley.
At Daisy Fisheries it’s all about enjoying a tasty portion of fish and chips. Think light crispy batter and flaky white chunky fish. It’s cooked fresh to order when you arrive. With the option of a dollop of homemade tartar sauce on the side.
There are a small selection of soft drinks available.
The staff at Daisy Fisheries love a smile and a natter with whoever walks through the door. It’s all about the small touches at this chippy. Like the way they always pop a chip on a wooden fork for the little ones to chomp on while the orders completed.
Where to Park
Park for free behind Daisy Fisheries on the residential street of Ashby Crescent, postcode: LS13 3AE (Google Map Directions)
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A taxi ride is your quickest journey to Daisy Fisheries. It takes under 10-minutes on a good day.
Bus number 72 goes direct from Civic in the city centre to the entrance of Daisy Fisheries. It’s a 20-minute journey uninterrupted.
Bramley station – with regular trains to and from Leeds on the half hour – is a 10-minute walk away from Daisy Fisheries.
Daisy Fisheries is wheelchair accessible.
Collection is available.
Note from Discover Leeds: Where possible we suggest contacting directly and/or collecting as third party delivery companies take a large cut.
What To Do Next
With your appetite satisfied it can only mean the start of a little tipple over at The Barnleigh off Swinnow Lane. Expect comfy surroundings and good drinks are the order of the day!