There’s nothing fishy about our story.
First caught serving delicious fish and chips cooked on a coal range and wrapped in newspaper in the 1920s, we’ve a long line of fresh fish fanatics in our family.
If 1966 was a good year for football, it was an even better year for fish and chips. Taylors was born. A fish and chip shop set to make waves in Hattersley before setting anchor in Woodley. Jennie and Albert set sail for success before Anne and Bob steered the business to national recognition. Always a family business, and always treating staff and locals as family.
There’s a belief that has always stayed true at Taylors – the fresher the better. And it doesn’t get any fresher than sustainably-caught fish frozen at sea, or fresh pies made right here in our own kitchen. Quality produce made by people with passion and pride – and making a positive difference. We’ve had our ups and downs and we’ve navigated choppy waters – but we know the way to stay on course is to look ahead. That’s why we’re still here today, serving the nation’s favourite food that’s loved by locals old and young.