TIME is running out for readers of The Star to have their say on the best chippy in South Yorkshire.
We have already received hundreds of votes for chip shops across the county, but it is not too late for you to make your vote count.
Some 54 fish and chip shops were nominated for the title of The Star’s best chippy before we asked readers to vote for their favourite on the shortlist ahead of the closure of the poll tomorrow at 5pm.
The six with the most votes will then be visited by our judges for a taste test before the winner is crowned.
Pat Harwood, of Industry Street, Walkley, has voted for The Admiral, Crookes.
She said: “Their portions are large and the fish is fresh and cooked to perfection. The staff are always friendly and show an individual interest in their customers.
“I have to travel by bus to collect my fish and chips and am very happy to do so.”
Peter Element, of Malwood way, Maltby, cast his vote for King Cod Fish Bar, Sunnyside, Rotherham, saying: “It is the best tasting, value for money and has great staff.”
Meanwhile, Nicola Jahangir, of Barden Crescent, Brinsworth, has backed Sea Fresh Fish Bar, Brinsworth Lane, Brinsworth.
She said: “There is excellent service, a wide choice of food and it’s open on a Sunday. Need I say more.”
Margaret Last, of Loundside, Chapeltown, has cast her vote for Arundel Road Fisheries, Chapeltown.
She said: “Fresh, fresh fish, cooked superbly, great chips and peas to die for.”
Margaret Weir, of Aylesbury Road, Intake, Doncaster, has backed Alverley Fisheries, Balby, Doncaster.
She said: “The fish and chips are the best in the area – they must be because a lot of their customers travel a good distance to buy them and with the cost of petrol you don’t travel far for a fish supper unless it is excellent.”
To see the full list of nominations and how to vote by text, see Which South Yorks chippy is batter than the rest?.