A night when Longsands Fish Kitchen joins forces with Millers Fish and Chips
Article Date: 2019-03-22
Written by Andrew Crook, NFFF President
The National Federation of Fish Friers (NFFF) was established in 1913 by a number of likeminded people who realised that by working together they could protect and promote the industry they were involved with.
Last night I had the honour of visiting Millers Fish and Chips of Haxby as they organised a pop-up kitchen evening with Longsands Fish Kitchen. Both establishments are hugely successful in their own local areas and receive great customer reviews every day. This was a very positive example of how shops still work together to this day.
The event was an opportunity for both shops to showcase the best of fish and chips and seafood as a whole. On offer was a 6-course taster menu which gave the customer a chance to sample great British produce including Whitby crab and Lindisfarne oysters.
Every course was a joy to behold, but still all the customers on the night were eagerly anticipating the main attraction which was fish and chips.
As National President of the NFFF it’s great to see two shops from within our industry joining together to promote fish and chips and continuing the work which the NFFF was originally founded for. We already know how great our industry is and by working together we can only become stronger.
Finally a huge thank you to both David and his team at Millers, and Simon and his team who travelled down from Tynemouth for the event.
Lindisfarne Oysters Served 2 ways
Citrus cured salmon, blood orange & fennel
Chilled cucumber soup – Whitby crab salad
Miller’s Famous Fish & Chips
Chilled Valrhona chocolate fondant, chocolate textures & salted caramel ice cream