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Quayside

Whitby

Located close by to the harbourside in the historic seaside town of Whitby, North Yorkshire, Quayside is an award-winning, family run Fish & Chip restaurant and is hugely popular with visitors and locals alike.

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Contact
Mr S Fusco
Telephone
01947 825346
Address
7 Pier Road
Whitby
North Yorkshire
YO21 3PU

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More about Quayside

Quayside has been owned and successfully managed by the Fusco family since 1999 and remains family run to this day. Eldest son, Stuart Fusco, heads up Quayside and has enjoyed a very successful frying career to date, including winning the coveted ‘Fish and Chip Shop of the Year’ in 2014, as well as a whole host of national awards.

Quayside is located on Pier Road in one of Whitby’s most historic buildings; it dates back to 1820’s and was originally the town’s bath house, used by local fishermen after they had delivered their catch. It later became the town’s library and is said to be where Bram Stoker collected his research for the famous novel, Dracula.  

Quayside restaurant is famous today for its award winning, sustainable fish and chips, as well as a selection of delicious fish straight from the griddle. The menu also offers gluten free fish and chips, a range of homemade salads and for dessert, the Fusco Brothers also make their own, homemade gelato, which features in a number of seaside favourites on the menu.

Features
  • Sustainably sourced, exceptional quality ingredients
  • Nationally acclaimed award winning fish and chips
  • Located on pier road, opposite the fish market
  • Quayside Lounge Bar is located on the first floor with magnificent harbour views
Facilities
  • Gluten free fish and chips available, no need to pre-book
  • Licensed, air conditioned and accessible restaurant
  • Family facilities with a dedicated children’s menu

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