The famous Mother Hubbard’s is a fish and chip restaurant where a modern feel meets a traditional taste.
There are halal, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
At Mother Hubbard’s they are passionate about great tasting food. They only use the finest Icelandic haddock & British potatoes to produce the crispiest battered fresh on a bed of golden chips.
Fish and chips (small to super-jumbo); scollops; fish cakes; and scampi.
A selection of pastry pies filled with potato, meats, cheeses, and even a Keema version.
And there’s also a kids menu for the little ones.
There are a small selection of soft drinks and hot drinks available.
The First Mother Hubbard’s fish & chips restaurant on Ingleby Road, Bradford was completed at a cost of £92,000 in 1972. There are now a franchise of restaurants across West Yorkshire and as far south as London. One of the latest additions is in Harehills.
Where to Park
You can park for free directly next to Mother Hubbard’s, on the residential road of Bayswater Crescent, postcode: LS8 5QB (Google Map Directions)
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The easiest way to travel by public transport is to get the 36 First Bus Leeds from the city centre to Chapeltown Road. Get off outside the Northern School of Contemporary Dance and walk 10-minutes down Louis Street and onto Bayswater Crescent before hitting Harehills Road.
A taxi ride from Leeds city centre will take you around 10-minutes to get to Mother Hubbard’s.
Mother Hubbard’s Harehills is fully accessible.
What To Do Next
Once you’ve finished at Mother Hubbard’s take a walk down Conway Place and onto Harehills Lane before arriving at the corner of Harehills Park – this green space has got a great loop to walk off some of that fry.