Krispies hoping to be first plaice in national fish and chips awards

PUBLISHED: 17:00 13 September 2018

Krispies, in Exeter Road, has made the final of a national fish and chip award. Picture: Contributed

Krispies, in Exeter Road, has made the final of a national fish and chip award. Picture: Contributed

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An Exmouth fish and chip shop has been named as one of the best in the region after making the final of an industry award.

Krispies, in Exeter Road, has made the shortlist for the national fish and chip shop of the year award in the 2019 Fish and Chip Awards.

The award-winning business is among 10 that have been shortlisted for the final stage of judging in January next year and is also one of only two from the South West.

To make it this far, Krispies was assessed on sustainable sourcing, menu innovation, marketing, staff training, marketing and customer service.

Marcus Coleman, chief executive Officer at Seafish, said: “We’ve been lucky to see an incredibly high standard of entrant since we started this competition 31 years ago, and we can say with certainty that this year’s top 10 display just as much talent and passion for the industry as any winner we’ve seen to date. Best of luck to everyone in the final.”

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