Attention all fish and chips lovers! The famous Mother Hubbard’s fish and chips diner has recently opened another branch in Wakefield. This is the fifth diner that the chain has opened, after the initial successful launch on 4th January.
Established in Bradford in 1972, Mother Hubbard’s is a name that is synced with traditional fish and chips. The newly opened store boasts modern wooden interiors which create a clean, natural look. The diner also has ample seating and standing space, to cater to your needs.
The diner has remained true to its roots with traditional methods of getting the fish perfectly battered, still being used over the years. The fish fryers in store have over 30 years’ worth of experience and ensure that the Halal English batter recipe, used on 100% prime haddock hasn’t changed. The chips are hand-cut from British farmed potatoes and make the perfect match with mushy peas or a shake of malt vinegar.
Mother Hubbard’s is enjoying success and expanding throughout Yorkshire at a rapid rate. With over 30 years of experience and a member of the NFFF, plans to open further diners are always on the horizon.
The menu offers a wide variety of expertly prepared traditional English foods; these include delicious pies prepared with 100% HMC sourced meat. All the fish that is used is ethically sourced 100% premium Haddock, wild caught from renewable fish stocks in Icelandic waters. The wild caught premium Haddock is a healthy option with it being high in protein, low in saturated fat and bursting with essential oils.
Mother Hubbards is a brand synonymous with English tradition and is a great example of the perfect family dining experience.