Visit Tompsons chippy for National Chip Week!
16th February 2016
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Whether you like yours doused in curry, seasoned with lots of salt or only when accompanied by a beautifully-battered piece of fish, it's time to show your appreciation to the chip - a national favourite.

But, no matter how you like to enjoy a portion of chips, one thing’s for sure; they taste better from a traditional chippy. Tompsons Restaurant and Take Away is the UK's most loved chippy and has built a reputation in Bury for their high-quality, tasty chippy classics and healthy meal options too! Visited by regulars and those from further afield, you're guaranteed a good 'proper' meal at this local takeaway.  And; what better way of celebrating National Chip Week than with a visit to this popular chippy, eh? National Chip Week is taking place from 15th February – 21st February, celebrating the ever-popular chip!

From the time when they were wrapped in newspaper to stuffed in cones, chips have always been a firm favourite in the UK. Whether you’re sat on a seafront or in front of the tele watching Corrie, a traditional chippy meal keeps your hunger at bay and fills you with some much needed contentment.

Times have changed but it appears that the love for a good ol’ chippy tea has not. This meal was once considered a luxury, purchased on payday for the family and as little as once a month; now individuals across the country have ‘fishy Friday’ – a chippy tea once a week! Whether you love scallops, sausages or a hearty pie, it’s time you visited Tompsons chippy to celebrate National Chip Week.

Yes, we previously mentioned healthy options. Tompsons also sell:

  • Poached fish
  • Sea bass
  • Salmon
  • Hake
  • Haddock
  • Tiger prawns

Mini meals are also available for those who can't handle the full works, and Tompsons also have an extensive children’s menu.

For more information on Tompsons Restaurant and Take Away, visit the feature below.

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