Simpsons Fish and Chips is launching a new Gloucester chip shop

Cult Gloucestershire chippy Simpsons Fish and Chips is launching a its third chip shop – this time in Gloucester!

Gloucester chippy fans rejoice, Simpsons Fish and Chips is opening a brand-new chip shop in Quedgeley – and there’s not long to wait, as it’s set to open mid-February 2022!

Voted SoGlos’s Takeaway of the Year, the award-winning chippy already has popular chip shops in Cheltenham and Stroud – with the Quedgeley location its third in the county.

Simpsons new takeaway on Bristol Road will be completely refurbishing a site formerly occupied by another fish and chip shop, with Fat Toni’s Quedgeley outpost situated nearby.

Hungry customers can look forward to all the popular Simpsons dishes – with chips, haddock, cod, mushy peas, scampi and more on the new menu – with vegan and gluten-free options such as tofish too!


By Zoe Gater


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Friday 07 January 2022

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