Since we reopened the doors to The Bay Fish and Chips, we’ve been overwhelmed with the positive feedback we’ve received on how much everyone loves the new look and that we can now supply gluten free food.
Our new revamp has even been picked up by local press, including insider.co.uk – the online sister website of Scottish Business Insider, Scotland’s oldest business magazine.
Their article covers how our £250,000 fit-out, offers a more eco-friendly option for customers with new digital services including our soon to launch Click&Collect service.
Our Chef Director Calum Richardson says in the article: “We’re delighted with the finished result here at The Bay – it’s a fantastic way to kick start 2020. Sustainability has always been a key pillar of our culture and it’s what we instill in all of our employees.
“Not only is the revamp great to look at but the new state of the art equipment is both energy efficient and environmentally friendly which is crucial to the future of the business.”
The article also mentions local contractor Fotheringham Homes who fitted our new equipment to help reduce the carbon footprint of each meal served to around 115g of Co2 (compared to 1100g in usual chip shops) while running on 100% renewable energy.
You can read the full article on Insider.co.uk here to discover more about our vision for the future of The Bay Fish and Chips, based around eco-friendly services and sustainability.