There may be other options on the Mother Hubbard menu, but on my tri-annual visits I've never looked further than the Specials, then only at the haddock and chips with bread & butter and tea or coffee - and the price is the only thing that is reasonable. That particular meal deserves to be described as superlative: piping hot, with a large portion of perfect manageably chunky chips and delicious perfectly crisp battered fish, which taste like they've come straight from land and sea rather than from a freezer bag and a microwave. The mushy peas are a little mundane, but they do what it says on the tin.
Unlike the food, the service is not quite as warm as it could be - but it's possibly because the staff want to leave you to your fish and chips, which speak for themselves of the excellence of Mother Hubbard's kitchen.
There is a pensioners' special price offer - of which I will take advantage several decades in the future, as I will still be a patron of the best quality seaside fish and chip emporium (the only word that does Mother Hubbard's justice) I've been in across the UK.
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