Our history

Having gained its name from grandmother Nash, the original shop opened in the early 1920s at 42 Park Lane, Leeds. Her grandson took over the business from his ailing father and purchased a second business in 1960 at 102 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton. In 1963 the family opened Nash's Tudor Fish Bar and Restaurant in Merrion Street, Leeds. Two years later 42 Park Lane was demolished to make way for the Law Courts.

In December 2002 Nash's was bought by Phil and Sian Crook to be run as a family business. They developed the premises, renaming it 'The Original Nash's Fish Restaurant'. They continued and developed the excellent reputation of Nash's for almost ten years.

Present: As Phil and Sian's son, I have worked at The Original Nash's for over six years and therefore know the importance of quality food and high standards. My wife and I are very excited to have taken over the business and, alongside a fantastic team of staff, are keen to build upon the established reputation.

We plan to continue to run this as a family business and look forward to an exciting future where customer satisfaction remains our number one priority. We are committed to maintaining the good name of Nash's which has been synonymous with excellent fish and chips for over ninety years.