Located in central Leeds, Nash’s has been in the fish and chip business since 1924. The restaurant is known for its cosy atmosphere, delicious food and excellent service, making it one of the city centre’s most beloved eateries specialising in British classics. With special menus for senior citizens, children, and theatre-goers, Nash’s on Merrion Street takes good care of every one of its diners, and for this reason, it has rightfully earned a reputation as a legend throughout the city.
An icon in the Leeds restaurant scene, Nash’s is the place to get fish and chips in the city. Leave your troubles on the doorstep, order up a nice pint of beer and get ready for comfort food just like grandma used to make. Open every day except Sunday until 8pm, Nash’s on Merrion Street in the city centre is there for you when you need a taste of good ol’ fashioned British cuisine made with top-quality ingredients and a lot of love.
Whether it’s for taking out or dining in, the food at Nash’s in Leeds city centre is always consistent with its excellent flavour, large portions and premium ingredients. Take Nash’s classic haddock if you’re looking for a timeless fish and chips plate, or mix it up with something different and order the meat pie of the day. A perfect restaurant for the whole family, Nash’s kids menu and very own ice cream parlour makes it a hit with the little ones. For those looking to celebrate privately, The Chart Room, Nash’s luxurious private dining hall, is ideal. With catering for up to 100 guests and a classically beautiful interior, the venue makes for an unforgettable dinner party or event in Leeds city centre.
Fabulous food, very helpful, attentive staff and nothing too much trouble. A first class service in all departments - many thanks. We shall return soon.
Beautiful fish and chips. Crispy batter fresh cooked prompt attentive service five stars, finished with Mr Moo's ice cream. Not rushed to finish had 15% discount voucher from website which went towards final bill but not expensive even with discount would really recommend
Excellent tasting food and polite waiter service. After a long day at work it was a treat to look forward to. I shall visit Nash's on a regular basis
Fantastic food as always. The best fish and chips in the world! Incredible value for money with really attentive service. we would recommend to anyone who wants to know what real fish and chips should taste like.
Very nice meal. Plentiful and hot. Nice presentation and served nicely by friendly staff. We had the Haddock and the Haddock Goujons with herbs. Delightful. The premises haven't changed in 40 years. The decor still "Olde Worlde" but that's what gives it charm and atmosphere. (If you like noisy eating houses where there's loud music and loud diners, this is not for you) If, however, you prefer comfortable, warm, atmospheric surroundings, whether singles, couples, families, or lovers this is the place for you. Which reminds me, there's no plaice on the menu!
We visited again on 24th Sept, for the best fish and chips in Leeds by far, the staff as always were very efficient, helpful and welcoming. the overall value for money for both food and drinks is excellent. The XXL haddock is brilliant! We love this place, we will be back again soon.
Booking on line very easy. Confirmation acknowledgement by return email plus reminder nearer the date. Staff and service very friendly and the food extremely tasty. Could eat here every week if I could!! Pity the 'shoppers' menu isn't available as the portion size was better but still can't fault the fish.
Brilliant service, quick & lovely helpful staff.. No waiting time at all for the table, for our drinks and food. Only wish I had room for one of their yummy looking deserts. Great prices too! Will definitely be making return visits & ideal place if going the the grand theatre.
We were surprised how quiet Nash's was at 5pm on a busy Friday in Leeds - only about 3 tables taken including our own. I have not been there for some time but I have never seen it like that. Obviously that affects the ambience of the place but I have to say that the food was well cooked, hot and enjoyed by all. My overall rating is influenced by the lack of atmosphere.
Enjoyed our fish and chips at Nash's. Fish had light crispy batter, chips non greasy and yummy mushy peas. However when we arrived they had not received our booking. I don't know if that was their fault or not because they had a manual booking system. Fortunately they were able to fit us in. A two course meal with wine came to about £37 which we thought was good value.