It’s time for traditional fish and chips at The Wharfe. This café come restaurant is serving up top quality nosh when it comes to Britain’s favourite dish.
Succulent haddock makes up one half of your fish and chips here. And there’s a really popular fish pie we can’t recommend enough. Alongside your fish selections the takeaway and café has your usual sausages, fritters and battered cakes on offer.
There are a small selection of alcoholic and soft drinks available from the takeaway and café.
The restaurant is structured with heavy wooden beams and polished wood structures with plenty of light beaming in through skylights. It’s a bright airy space with a touch of class.
Where to Park
We recommend you park for free at North Parade car park on Cattle Market street just behind the Wharfe.
- North Parade car park, postcode: LS21 1RW (Google Map Directions)
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It’s a 25-minute taxi journey from Leeds city centre to the Wharfe. And taking the 33/34 bus from the centre of Leeds to Otley will be just shy of 1-hour.
The restaurant is wheelchair 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
Two miles south of the Wharfe you’ll hit the Chevin. Make your way to the opposite side of the woods where the Royalty is – a warm British pub with a beautiful beer garden overlooking some amazing landscape. Thank us later!