Nothing is more British than fries and fish. Freshly prepared, piping hot chips and fish, soused with vinegar and smothered in salt, wrapped in a packaging box and eaten outdoors on a wintry cold day – it just cannot be beaten! Initially fish and chip shops were a small family venture, generally operated from the house and they became widespread in the late 19th century. Chips and fish are a valuable source of fibre, vitamins, iron, and protein offering a third of the suggested everyday vitamins allowance for men and a virtually half for ladies. Drop by Cheltenham Fryer where you will get served with generous portions of traditional British fish and chips.