This popular fish and chip restaurant was opened in 1994 by the Chadwick family, named after a local businessman called Billy Murgatroyd. As Billy himself would have undoubtedly said – “Why settle for less than t’best?”
There are gluten free, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
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All the fish is sourced from reliable fish stocks in Icelandic waters. And you can eat in at the restaurant or get your food collected/delivered from the takeaway.
Tuck into a proper three course meal with a starter, main and dessert. If you don’t want fish you can tuck into dishes Lasagna; Burgers; Chicken fillets.
Or taste the house specials including ‘haddock Italiano’- flaky fish with basil, garlic and cheese.
Fish & Chips
Some of the highlights from the fish and chip part of the menu…
Gluten free haddock and chips; the ‘big’un’ (giant haddock) with chips; surf & sea – breaded Whitby whole tale scampi; and a selection of fish cake combos including lemon, parsley, and Applewood.
There is also a children’s mini menu option.
Drinks are only available from the restaurant bar. Wash down your meal with coffees including specialty liqueurs; teas; beers and ciders.
The old boy Billy Murgatroyd made a name for himself in Yeadon as the business owner of Moorfield Mill in the latter decades of the 19th century. The spot the mill used to sit on is now the home of Murgatroyds fish and chips, and the newest version has literally taken the Yorkshire origin of ‘Murgatroyd’ – nobility, and applied it to what they do best by serving Yorkshire the best fish and chips around!
Alongside the indoor restaurant that has a slight American diner feel with the padded booths, you can eat outside in the sun or under covering.
And if you revisit why not go all out with a Murgatroyds loyalty card and get more perks for your loyalty as a customer.
Where to Park
There is plenty of customer parking on-site at Murgatroyds.
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
Take the A1 flyer from Leeds city centre direct to Murgatroyds – it’s around a 45-minute journey one way.
A taxi is a little on the pricey side with a 30-minute journey guaranteed.
Murgatroyds is fully accessible to wheelchair users.
Collection and delivery are 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
Head 10-minutes on foot up the high street to The Albert for a post-chip-tea pint.