The Whetherby Whaler is a large, modern building and is a branch of the ever-popular fish and chip restaurants, which originated in the Wetherby area. ... More
The Whetherby Whaler is a large, modern building and is a branch of the ever-popular fish and chip restaurants, which originated in the Wetherby area. Built on the outskirts of York, it is adjacent to a growing number of food outlets. There is a quiet but friendly atmosphere and families are welcomed, but due to its popularity it can sometimes get very crowded and dining can become uncomfortable owing to the large number of tables in too small an area. Obviously specialising in fish and chips, a main meal with a pot of tea will cost between £5 and £7, plus a little more if you have wine with your meal. The portions are very large and the service is very good, even at busy periods. The main dining area is non-smoking.
WHAT DID WE LIKE....
EASTER TIME WE STAY IN YORK
AND CAN'T WAITE FOR OUR VISIT TO
THE"WHALER" AT NETHER POPPLTON
WE HAVE VISITED FFROM DAY ONE
ALL FOODS EXCELLENT!!!
LOOKING FOWARD TO 2009
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