The Fisherman’s Wife expands into Headingley with new chip shop

Johnson Reed
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Up in northern Leeds, there is a quiet revolution going on as a family business is making a name for itself as a quality fish and chip shop chain, spanning locations across the north as far as Whitby, Leeds, Bishopthorpe, York, and now, Headingley.

We were approached by the family behind The Fisherman’s Wife to help gain finance for their expansion  into Headingley, based in north Leeds, to take over and renovate the previous fish & chip shop takeaway called Bryan’s.

The Fisherman’s Wife are renowned for their freshly cooked fish and chips, and will be modernising the old Bryan’s menu and offering skinless and boneless Haddock and Cod.

We were delighted to be able to help the family behind The Fisherman’s Wife to get finance for a refurbished frying range, allowing them to continue their reputation of providing excellent food and customer service.

The Fisherman’s Wife told us:

We are delighted with the service that Johnson Reed have provided, and we look forward to doing more business with you in 2014, and continuing our growth!