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Good food. We ordered fresh and ate outside at the picnic table. Can buy bulk and take home. Freezes well. Don't let the plain looking building deter you from going inside. This is not a place for nice eat-in dining.
The location is really bizarre and the building definitely does not appear to be a restaurant. My tea was proper And my husband's fish & chips were quite good. My scone was cold and already pre-filled with clotted cream and jam.
As a former export from England there is nothing like a taste of home. We stumbled upon this off the beaten track place while visiting the university at buffalo. We ordered cod and chips and were pleased to see a whole piece of beer battered...More
My experience's with The EPP company (now PRKER'S) spans many online & over the phone Orders during my 41/2 yrs living in South Carolina. if you are lucky enough to be able to visit this restaurant then i am envious; as i would cut of...More
The original fish and chip shop is still going strong and they have now added a pub called Parker's to the back of the building. It is quite a small area and serves food from the fish and chip shop.
The lone barmaid/server seemed a...More
Awkward to get to but worth the drive. Current construction makes it difficult. Huge portions served in real British chip shop fashion. Tea seems to be very delicious here – not sure if we were thirsty but it really hit the spot. Indoor seating isn't...More
I have been anxious to try the EPPC since I first heard about it. The Buffalo dining options have thankfully expanded with some exciting and unique additions to what's available. This spot must be hopping in nicer weather, due to its location. Grab some takeout...More
As a British person who has lived in the States for 30 years, I was really looking forward to trying out this restaurant while visiting my son and his family who live in Hamburg, NY. It's not a great location, more like a warehouse, but...More