Originally opened in 1969 in Tadcaster and now serving six communities in Yorkshire. It’s proudly frying up the finest value fish and chips in Yorkshire.
There are gluten free, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
All the food is cooked fresh from certified sustainable sources from sea to plate. And the pillar of excellence at the Wetherby Whaler is all about the haddock – it’s always skinless and boneless, and this is the first quality check.
Haddock and chips – from regular to GIANT size; Plaice and chips; Scampi and chips. And you can pick from one of 5 sauces to go with your chip tea; beans, gravy, curry, mushy peas, and coleslaw.
Gluten free fish and chip option. There’s also chicken, sausage and a veggie alternatives if fish isn’t your thing. And every child’s meal comes with a free toy!
There are a small selection of soft drinks available plus wines and beers.
The Wetherby Whaler in Pudsey is part of six Yorkshire based restaurants and takeaways that are serving up over 750,000 portions of battered haddock each year.
Where to Park
There is free on-site parking at the Wetherby Whaler Pudsey.
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
To get to the Wetherby Whaler by bus you will need to catch the 72 Pulse from Leeds City Centre to Stanningley Bottom on Stanningley Road. The final leg of this journey is a 20-minute walk down B6155 to the Pudsey restaurant and takeaway.
A taxi will take you 20-minutes from the centre of Leeds.
It’s a 27-minute walk from New Pudsey station to the Wetherby Whaler Pudsey – not our preferred option but on the cards if you like walking.
The Wetherby Whaler in Pudsey is fully 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
Walk 10-minutes down Church Lane and you will come to Pudsey Park – you can enjoy your fish and chips on the grass or a bench, if it’s a nice day of course!