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Which is the finest chippy of these east of the river fisheries?

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#165003 by Les
Tue Jun 16, 2009 9:13 am
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Week two of the inaugural Amber Nectar Chip Shop Challenge Cup is upon us. Barring a late flurry of votes, it looks like the Londesbrough Street and Dundee chippies are advancing from group one, who will join them in the knockout rounds from group two? It's time for East Hull's finest fishery to batter the opposition (yeeps).

Remember, the group stages will be decided by online votes only, and two fisheries will advance from each of the four groups of five chippies to the knockout stage. You only get to vote once per group, so choose wisely soldiers.

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#165008 by Occasional Fan
Tue Jun 16, 2009 10:02 am
Royal Fisheries from Latus on whatever the chip shop equivalent of goal difference is. Batter thickness, perhaps?

It's also strange to think that the once dominant Moby Dick's can't even qualify for the finals these days. Mind you I understand it's now under new management and concentrating on bringing through young talent ready for 2013.
#165021 by Haltemprice Tiger
Tue Jun 16, 2009 12:31 pm
I have voted for Latus on the basis that it was one of the best Chippies in Hull when I lived in the area getting on for 40 years ago. This reasoning, may of course be flawed.
#165024 by Occasional Fan
Tue Jun 16, 2009 12:45 pm
Halty, unlike Insatiable Ian = Class traitor who probably only eats Louis Vuitton designer chips that have been individually fried in sesame oil.

Besides wasn't it called K & R Bourne or something back then?
#165025 by Haltemprice Tiger
Tue Jun 16, 2009 12:47 pm
Occasional Fan wrote:Halty, unlike Insatiable Ian = Class traitor who probably only eats Louis Vuitton designer chips that have been individually fried in sesame oil.

Besides wasn't it called K & R Bourne or something back then?


It was definitely called Latus when I was a youngster, admittedly a long time ago.
#165067 by Cunning Linguist
Tue Jun 16, 2009 7:34 pm
John Rabies wrote:In the beginning was the Cunning, and the Cunning was with God, and the Cunning was God.

Rabies seems to be hitting a bit of form again, at last
#165088 by Haltemprice Tiger
Tue Jun 16, 2009 9:07 pm
C'mon Tiger wrote:Is that Latus on Newland Ave, that's now a electrical shop or something similar? Or, is it the one on 'erlderness Rerd?

I voted for it anyway.


The one I am referring to was on Holderness Road when I were a young 'un and presumably still is.
#165094 by bartontiger
Tue Jun 16, 2009 9:30 pm
C'mon Tiger wrote:Is that Latus on Newland Ave, that's now a electrical shop or something similar? Or, is it the one on 'erlderness Rerd?

I voted for it anyway.


The original Latus chippy was the fish and chip shop of my youth and was the Brazil of chippys. Halty is quite correct.
#165100 by Snaggletooth
Tue Jun 16, 2009 10:44 pm
bartontiger wrote:The original Latus chippy was the fish and chip shop of my youth and was the Brazil of chippys.


Neatly shaved chips?
#165109 by Les
Wed Jun 17, 2009 8:14 am
Riochatemyhouse wrote:East Hull's best chippy isn't even involved. It's all bollocks this.


Did you nominate it?
#165134 by Bill Baxter
Wed Jun 17, 2009 10:55 am
Apart from decent grub, Latuseseseszzzz also gets my vote for friendly service and value for money.
Quite a few times when I 've been in there I've been given an extra fish or 2 if they are deemed to be a bit on the small size.

The only thing that would put be off going in is if I saw that fat cunt Prescott in the queue after another freebie.

Royal's alright but I find their mushy peas are a bit too green & taste too sweet.

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