Bretts Fish Restaurant
Tradition, quality and service separate Bretts from other restaurants specialising in fish and chips. Where else can you find a 1930s oak panelled restaurant specialising in gourmet standard haddock and chips in a pair of ivy covered Victorian terrace houses with an award winning garden?
Bretts has received many excellent reviews in the quality papers at home and abroad and the numerous entries in the guestbook from visitors from outside the UK show how far people have travelled to dine there.
Brett’s restaurant is a new project for Leeds chef and restaurant entrepreneur, Shaun Davies. First working in catering in Harrogate, he left the country to run a farmhouse restaurant in Menorca before returning to Leeds in 2004. He successfully ran the highly rated, Michelin-listed Foundry Restaurant for 12 years with business partner Phil Richardson. Now the passionate sports fan has moved on and opened his own new restaurant in Headingley.
While Icelandic haddock with chips from Lincolnshire Maris Piper potatoes is the signature dish, there is a varied selection of other fish dishes and a number of items suitable for non fish eaters and vegetarians, complemented by a small, but carefully chosen, wine list.