Frionor Fisheries have been perfecting their fish and chips for the last 30-years. It’s safe to say you’re in good hands for a portion of the real thing at this chippy.
There are halal, vegan friendly, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
Everything is cooked in veg oil and you’ve also got vegan options. The portions are generous and come a fair price. If fish doesn’t take your fancy then you can venture into any of chicken, burger, pies or kebab side of the menu. And one of our favourites in the deep fried Mars bar!
There are a small selection of soft drinks available.
A traditional chip shop front serving a busy crossroads between Tong Road and the A6110.
Where to Park
There are a limited number of customer parking spots outside of Frionor Fisheries. If this is busy park next door on the residential street of Stonebridge Road (Google Map Directions).
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
To get to Frionor Fisheries by bus you can take the number 4 service from Wellington Street. The route will take you to Pudsey Road in around 30-minutes. Hop off here and walk the remaining 5-minutes up Tong Road to the chip shop.
Outside of the rush hour a taxi will take you around 15-minutes to get to Frionor Fisheries.
Frionor Fisheries is fully accessible to wheelchair users and pushchairs.
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
Off Tong Road, walk 10-minutes down Butt Lane to Farnley Hall Park where you can enjoy the rest of your fish and chips with a bit of peace and quiet.