0.5 miles
17 Merrion Street, Leeds, LS2 8JE

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Nash's, one of Leeds' most celebrated fish and chips restaurants, is proof that you don't need to be by the seaside to enjoy this much-loved British dish at its finest. The Nash family has been serving first-rate fish and chips since the 1920s and moved to its current premises in 1963. Nash's has become a Leeds institution and over the years has become a favourite not only with the city's residents, but with the celebrities appearing at the nearby Grand Theatre too - there are even autographs on the walls to prove it.

Recently restored to its former glory, Nash's grand dining room features oak beams, chandeliers, banquette seating and parquet flooring, and is manned by smartly dressed staff who know their stuff when it comes to the comprehensive menu. Nash's like to keep things simple and so serves up unpretentious, fuss-free dishes made using the best ingredients. The full Nash's dining experience is about so much more than fish and chips - although, of course, if you're craving this classic supper, you'll find a top-quality version here. My dining companion began with rich smoked mackerel paté with Melba toast, piquant pickled cucumber and capers, while I happily tucked into creamy mushroom soup. Next up for me was superb fresh haddock in crispy batter served with a generous mound of chips and mushy peas; across the table, breaded scampi with a zingy accompaniment of sweet chilli relish went down a storm. Finishing with satisfying sticky toffee pudding, we concluded that Nash's showcases the best of British fare and hospitality
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