Fish and chips is a British institution and nowhere in Leeds does it quite like The Fisherman's Lodge, who have over 50 years experience in the business, serving up chip shop classics and other fishy favourites, made from the freshest locally-sourced produce. Tuck into The Fisherman's Lodge’s signature fish and chips, served with mushy peas, bread and butter, or share some small tapas-style plates like the curried mussels and salt & pepper squid. As well as fish and seafood, on the menu you’ll find a range of meat and veggie dishes, meaning there’s something to suit all tastes and dietary requirements. With its quaint, maritime-inspired decor and superlative seafood, The Fisherman's Lodge draws in diners from all over the city to its location on Street Lane in Moortown Corner. Book ahead to guarantee a table!
Great food and service. Fish was massive and seafood tapas was delicious. A very relaxed atmosphere and the food didn’t take long. Would definatly recommend.
Great service and great food. More than happy to say that we definitely recommend. We will go again and again! Wonderful staff as well. Thank you.
Excellent food, excellent atmosphere, excellent service, excellent drinks. Definitley worth a visit or two. Or three or four. Gins are well mixed and presented, batter is perfect. The starters/tapas were fantastic (halloumi, whitebait, courgettes) and the fish and chips are the best I've ever had.
I booked online but when we arrived they didn't have our reservation even though I received confirmation email. The manager was very good and found us a table even though it was busy. Food good and catered for my elderly mum who only has a small appetite.
Would normally rate as a 5/6 as the past 3 times we have been have been excellent, however last night was slightly disappointing. There was quite a large party in (birthday) so was noisy, the mushy peas were extremely mushy!! The chips had quite a lot of eyes in them too. But the fish goujons which we normally get were excellent and would definitely recommend these. Plus it was very busy. Having said that we will certainly go back as we love this 'plaice'
I reserved a table for 7 through Quandoo. Impossible to phone the restaurant direct. The phone was never answered. When we arrived we were told their system was down and hence no table booked. We had to wait about 20 minutes for a table. I had looked forward to lobster as advertised. No lobster on the menu. I then chose curry. That was not available. All a bit disappointing
In the main it was quite good, though the chips where slightly anemic, maybe a new batch of oil. We had the fish goujons, these are nice. One of the waitresses though the is quite surly. Would definitely go again
Unfortunately we were not able to eat here because when we arrived "Elvis" was singing and the volume was such that it would have been impossible to enjoy our meal. We had to go somewhere else instead.