The home of fish and chips since 1969. The Whaler has expanded its fish and chip empire to seven places in Yorkshire, and the site in Guiseley is one of the newest additions.
There are gluten free, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
Only the best haddock and British potatoes are used to make your fish and chips at the Wetherby Whaler in Guiseley.
Choose from a wide selection of fried fish options, and other extras like sausages and pies, for small and big appetites. And if you fancy sitting in to eat at the restaurant there’s an extended menu with restaurant quality dishes to select from.
There are a small selection of soft and alcoholic drinks available.
The Whaler restaurant in Guiseley is an iconic addition to the family business. Formerly the original Harry Ramsdens this beautiful building has been restored to its former glory. Features like the stain glass, crystal chandeliers under high ceilings and beautiful oak panelling are on show during your visit. And you might even hear the sweet notes of the grand piano in the corner on a weekend.
Where to Park
Take advantage of the free customer on-site parking when you visit the Whaler in Guiseley.
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
A taxi will take you a good 40-minutes from the centre of Leeds, so it’s not going to be a cheap journey.
The most cost effective journey is to take the First Bus Leeds 33 or 34 from Park Row in the centre of Leeds, this ride takes you within a 5-minute walk of the Whaler on the A65.
Guiseley station, with regular train to and from Leeds, is a 10-minute walk down the A65.
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
Right near the train station is a quirky bar called the Potting Shed. An ideal place for some after dinner drinks!