Untraditional fish & chips inspired by the inventive and experimental ethos of hip hop culture.
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|The Splat, Salford, M50 2EQ
Private PartyOctober 20, 2018
Private Event :: Corporate PartyNovember 28, 2018
Magic Rock TapFrom November 30, 2018 to December 2, 2018
Private Event :: WeddingMarch 9, 2019
Private Event :: WeddingMarch 30, 2019
Private Event :: WeddingMay 25, 2019
Private Event :: WeddingJune 22, 2019
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To reach this stage we were appraised by industry experts across a variety of judging criteria, including menu development and innovation, sustainable sourcing policies, customer service and staff training processes, marketing and promotional flair, and how we attract new customers to fish and chips.
…They do it out of a massive stainless steel boombox… But their sustainable coley is from the classic English fried fish tradition.
Amazing food. Not normally a fish and chip fan but wow. The fried hallumi was awesome. The gravy surpasses any competitor even kfc have nothing against yours. Highly recommend.
The fact the van is decked out as it is with the super friendly and musically knowledged staff with the great food is a special thing. My mate Dave got dmx on and it made his day. Bloody loved it.
Amazing food for our 250 staff. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed their Feasty Boyz Box and Halloumi Fingaz! Ozzie and team are fantastic and serve by far the best fish and chips ive tasted.
I kid not, the Hip Hop Chip Shop’s fish nosh is top notch!
Tom ‘Bubsie’ Belshaw
Restored my faith in Manchester chip shops. Great food with awesome twists. Unreal!
The Hip Hop Chip Shop actually puts a lot of love and time into making it. It literally takes four days to make this sauce. FOUR DAYS, people.
Well worth a visit, ‘the best fish and chips I’ve ever had’ proclaimed my daughter. Friendly and helpful staff too.
All in all a great experience and exactly what I needed for my hangover.
Awesome food! I love sausage
Nice fish butty.
The Wrap Up
With the help of artists, promoters, venues and fans my goal is to create the most comprehensive searchable database of Manchester hip-hop flyers/posters from local and international artists since the beginning – especially pre-digital era. I’m going to use them as decoration in The Hip Hop Chip Shop restaurant in Ancoats, Manchester – launching Summer 2018.
- @em_sandy @JoCurrie Oh you. If I had any hair I'd coyishly twirl it right now. 13h ago
- @JoCurrie There is a person inside the BBC buying our halloumi everyday until Christmas. #fryforthem 18h ago
- Having a week off whilst our tip-top team of builders do things to our property that make it not empty anymore. Our… https://t.co/lf58UXX7jE 1 week ago