Harry Ramsden’s turns 90 and sets sights on next phase of expansion

Harry Ramsden, Guiseley hut

Harry Ramsden’s, one of Britain’s longest established restaurant chains, is celebrating 90 years of service today.

December 20 marks the 90th year since it first served a portion of fish and chips from a small hut in Guiseley.

There are now over 35 outlets across the UK which still sell the company’s famous fish and chips, a meal associated with Brit’s most popular dish.

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Tom Crowley, CEO at Harry Ramsden’s, said: “This is a very special day for everyone involved with Harry Ramsden’s and we look forward to celebrating with our customers and teams.”

He added: “To be in a position to mark such a landmark anniversary underlines the loyalty towards the Harry Ramsden’s brand and we enter the next phase of our brand’s ongoing evolution with great confidence.”

The company will mark the day with 90th birthday parties in a number of their restaurants across the country, with families being offered the opportunity for kids to eat for free on the day.

Earlier this year, FEJ reported on how the firm was appealing for multi-site developers.

Its plan was to open dozens of new sites across the UK, refresh the brand’s identity, and update its menu.

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