A little more about us

Fish the chips is a traditional british fish and chip van in poland.
We prepare the fish and chips the same way it has been done for last 160 years. We fry our chips in a machine that has been imported from england. We prepare the chips daily by using a potato peeling and chipper machine. All products that are used in the fish and chip van are made fresh daily. We know our customers appreciate the freshness of our products.

Our van has a 5 star hygien rating. This is the highest rating possible.

Fish and chips are the undisputed national dish of great britain, becoming a cultural and culinary symbol of our country, instantly recognized as british the world over.
Fried fish was first introduced to london by jewish immigrants from portugal and spain probably as far back as the 17th century. American president thomas jefferson described eating ‘fried fish in the jewish fashion’ on a visit to the capital at the end of the 18th century and even charles dickens makes reference to a fried fish warehouse in oliver twist. Fried potatoes as chips probably originate from belgium.
The origins and development of the dish in the mid -19th century are closely associated with the industrial revolution and it has maintained huge popularity as the original, affordable and nutritious takeaway ever since.
Dickens was indeed an early advocate of the trade also recounting ‘husky chips of potatoes, fried with some reluctant drops of oil’ in ‘a tale of two cities’, published in 1859.
Elsewhere in the british isles; in scotland, dundee city council claims that “…In the 1870s, that glory of british gastronomy – the chip – was first sold by belgian immigrant edward de gernier in the city’s greenmarket.”

Sustainable sources when thinking about the fish frying industry, in terms of the core product (fish) to be sustainable, the fishery must be managed in a way that allows the target fish population to be at a healthy enough level to be able to naturally reproduce at a rate that then allows fishing to continue indefinitely without overexploiting the resources.
To certify sustainability, the most recognised method is through working with the marine stewardship council (msc).
The msc ‘blue tick’ ecolabel is the most trusted and recognised indicator of seafood sustainability and is used to show that seafood has come from an independently certified sustainable fishery. The blue tick is becoming increasingly familiar to consumers, can be awarded at any point of the supply chain, to fisheries, suppliers and vendors and is really the most trusted way of knowing that your fish is responsibly sourced.
For a fish and chip shop to display the msc ecolabel it will need to attain chain of custody.

“bringing the fish and chips industry together since 1913”

The national federation of fish friers works to protect and promote the interests of fish and chip businesses throughout the united kingdom and the rest of the world.
The nfff is dedicated to raising standards within the industry through offering training at our training school based near leeds, qualifications and the nfff quality award – a scheme rewarding shops that provide top quality fish and chips in a clean, hygienic and safe environment.
We are proud that our head chef has completed full training and is a member of the nfff.

We care
it is very easy to follow the crowd and purchase the cheapest oil, fish, potatoes,fork & knives and stirrers but we are different.

We know that plastic comes for oil based products and is not good for our planet. That is why we are constantly trying to use environmentally safe products and supplies.

• we use high quality sustainable palm oil which we recycle.
• we use only fish from sustainable sources.
• we use timber stirrers, forks & knives
• we use paper coffee / tea cups
• we use nano oil in our van engine to reduce emissions and fuel consumption see www.Nanocoating.Pl for more details
• we wrap our food in traditional paper and do not use styrofoam.

If we can do more please do not hesitate to advise us.