Frankie’s Fish & Chips has kept its three star Food Made Good rating from the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA).
The SRA said that 98 per cent of the fish on the chippie’s menu is Marine Stewartship Council (MSC) certified, while the business was also commended for “purchasing vegetables from British farms for the majority of the year, and for supplementing this with produce from its own garden when available”.
Frankie’s manager Carlyn Kearney said the company is “very pleased” to have been recognised once again by the SRA.
“These things are important to us and to our customers,” she said.
“There are of course areas where we can still improve, and we will be working with the SRA to do just that for the rest of this year and beyond.”
Frankie’s was also praised for its staff training and regular visits to fish producers, as well as its annual charity cycle sportive.