Did You Know?


Fish and chips are a good source of protein, omega, carbohydrates, fibre and more importantly a lower calorie count than most people think.

Our products are all sourced by our dedictaed team who between them know exactly where, when and by whom our tasty ingredients are either caught or harvested.

Our tasty Haddock is only sourced from fisheries that have been MSC accredited (marine stewardship council) which in a nutshell means that we trace our fish from sea to plate. It is important to us that we can guarantee that our Haddock is caught in cool, clear, well managed waters, helping preserve and securing not only our future, but the whole ecosystem of our seas.


A portion of succulent whaler fish and chips is just 881 kcal.

Add a portion of peas (one of your 5 a day) and reach just 970 kcal.

A fish and peas makes even more tasty reading at just 470 kcal,


We also cater for coeliacs, with an extensive selection of starters, mains and desserts.

1 in 100 people suffer from gluten intolerance, and it is our aim to be able to offer the Whaler experience to one and all.



On a Diet?

Did you know a poached or grilled succulent piece of Haddock with a portion of our new potatoes and peas is SIN FREE.

Add a salad bowl and increase your sins to ZERO!!


Salmon is an excellent source of high quality protein, vitamins and minerals (including potassium, selenium and vitamin B12) not forgetting the omega 3, reputedly a valuable brain food, good for joints, heart and general well being.


Our tasty North Atlantic Prawns are an excellent source of protein and low in saturated fat. They are a good source of omega 3 and a great way to get iron, zinc and vitamin E.


Plaice - the typical European plaice can be found from the Barents Sea to the Mediterranean. It is a common flat fish that lives on the sandy or muddy seabed. They normally live in depths of 10-50m but can be found up to 200m. They can grow to 1m in length at a weight of up to 15lb. They can also live to a staggering age of 50 years old.


Scampi bragging rights boast benefits of long-chain omega keeping your brain and heart healthy.

It's also a great source of Iron, Calcium, Magnesium and Selenium. It's also low in saturated fat.


Potatoes were first cultivated by Incas around 8000-5000BC, making their appearance in Europe in the 1570's.


The biggest potato ever grown was in 1795, England and weighed in at a whopping 18lb 4oz.


There are over 4000 different varieties of potatoes throughout the world feeding more than a billion people from a harvest of 374 million metric tons.

Our favourite though for the tastiest, crispest golden chip is the tried and tested MARIS PIPER.


Fishy Figures

Regular Haddock

kcal - 371
Protein - 22.53g
Carbohydrates - 18.42g
Fibre - 0.14g
Fat - 22.96g of which saturates 9.78g



kcal - 510
Protein - 7.9g
Carbohydrates - 75.48g
Fibre - 13g
​Fat - 22.96g of which saturates 9.78g


Special/Large Haddock

kcal - 594
Protein - 36g
Carbohydrates - 29.47g
Fibre - 0.224g
​Fat - 36.74g of which saturates 15.65g


Whaler Jumbo Haddock

kcal - 890
Protein - 54g
Carbohydrates - 44.2g
Fibre - 0.34g
​Fat - 55.1g of which saturates 23.47g


Peas - Small/Large

kcal - 98.66/172.65
Protein - 6.8/11.9g
Carbohydrates - 10.66/18.65g
Fibre - 11.57/20.24g
Fat - 0.57/0.99g

Mcal Status

Regular Haddock

kcal - 881


Special and Chips

kcal - 1104

Whaler and Chips

kcal - 1400

(Add one of your FIVE A DAY)

Fish, Chips and Peas

kcal - 980

On the flipside to the bad press we get, Fish and Chips can be eaten as part of a healthy controlled diet.