Love love love this place always visit as was my grandads favourite place. Menu is modern yet original has a take away next door. Service is good and when you leave belly is well stocked up!!! Plates are big
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The restaurant is attached to the fish and chip shop. There is a large menu not just for fish. Having said that, the haddock we had was delightfully fresh and nicely cooked. There is a small choice of desert - my treacle pudding was excellent....More
Table's very close together, entrance has step down which is not visible staff member stands and warns everyone about the step (would be better if it was made into a ramp) the food was good but very overpriced and drinks were expensive staff were friendly...More
If you want to experience Fish and Chips at its best that is the place to go. Not a fancy restaurant but great tasty food.
I regular fish and chip shop, slightly grubby but some might suggest character, it was clean. It was however expensive just short of £30 for fish and chips for 2 with mushy peas and tea. That said if its fish and chips you want go...More
Yes. Just go along any time and eat your heart out, either take away or eat in. Long serving staff team
My adult son and I dined at Hectors and was warmly welcomed by the owner, Paul. Relaxed atmosphere and food was wonderful too - thanks for 'enriching' my holiday Paul, I'll be back!!
We had cod and chips lightly battered,could not fault it,but if you want to eat here on a Friday night its best to make a reservation,its so popular.
Hectors started in 1928, the menu is traditional with a modern twist, great tasting chips with fresh fish in batter, great service with a smile. have a beer or wine, deserts are very british- ask about the spotted dick or jam sponge with Jersey ice...More