Yorkshire town is latest catch for street-food style outlet

Harrogate-based entrepreneur Andrew Daly is set to boost the town’s indie food scene with his latest Fryday venture – a street-food style take on fish and chips.

It is opening on Knaresborough Road, June 26th.

Despite some delays caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, the Harrogate takeaway – located on the former Subway site – is now going ahead.

This is the third Fryday location and second on a list of openings planned for this year, with other prospective sites in Leeds and York.

Daly recently opened up in Wakefield and helped brighten lockdown with his menu, which he brought to life with a door-to-door service.

The brand will accommodate the necessary social distancing at its newest outlet. There will be limits on waiting in store and options for both click and collect and home delivery.

Daly said: “It’s a really exciting time for us at Fryday and we’re really proud to be a happy story for the food scene, despite the challenging climate.

“I want to change perceptions of menus, styling, approach and the social consciousness people expect from takeaways.

“I believe we can create great food outlets that in spite of everything going on, can get people excited about food, and at the same time, help us to do good for others.”