You Can Grab Yourself Some Fish And Chips For Free At Cabot Circus This Week

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Only thing better than a fish supper is a free fish supper.

To say we’re a nation that loves fish and chips would be the understatement to end them all, so there’s no reason for us to patronise and tell you why you should want a free portion of the good stuff – that part’s obvious. We’ll just tell you the important part: how.

Over at Cabot Circus today (September 22), a pop-up fish and chip van (just music to our ears, really) is providing 300 free servings of the holy cuisine.

From 11am, Green Flag breakdown cover company are turning unlikely providers of one of the nation’s favourite dishes to celebrate their 50th anniversary. Funnily enough, their business kicked into action above a fish and chip shop half a century ago. They’ll be collaborating with the mobile van, The Frying Squad, to give Bristolians all those delicious portions.

This comes after Green Flag’s research found that fish and chips is, in fact, the most British dish (with 3 in 5 voting this way), seeing of stiff competition from the full English breakfast and the Sunday roast.

So, head down to Cabot Circus (Bond Street, BS1 3BX) in Broadmead on Wednesday to taste some seaside-style fish and chips for free, with the first 300 portions sold on the house.

*Featured Image does not depict The Frying Squad’s fish and chips.

Read more: 6 Of The Very Best Fish And Chip Shops In Bristol

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