Established in 1969 by local fish merchant Arthur Enoch Hughes, Enochs Fish & Chips is nothing less than a Llandudno institution, familiar to locals, and a traditional stopping place for visitors.
With Danny White-Meir at the helm since 2006, there are now two Enochs Fish Cafés to choose from to eat your favourite dish; the original in Llandudno Junction and the more recent addition in Valley, Anglesey.Discover More
Established in 1969 by local fish merchant Arthur Enoch Hughes, Enochs fish and chips is nothing less than a Llandudno Institution, familiar to locals and a traditional stopping place for visitors.
In 2006 Danny White-Meir became the custodian, humbled by Enochs legacy and inspired by his parents.
Passionately driven and committed to producing consistently great food, Danny says, " I believe it's the simple affair of great fish and chips that appeals to all generations and when it's created with love, integrity and attention to detail, there's nothing better."
Every aspect of Enochs is created with love and passion. The design of the ship shops are inspired by the coast and beach, the fresh air and sea and the people we've met and places we've seen along the way. Up-cycling, re-cycling, re-claiming not just because it's the right thing to do, but because it's fun, original and unique.
The captain may be aboard but the smooth sailing is down to the colourful crew and the passions and qualities they each bring to deliver a great Enochs experience, one we hope you will remember, treasure and keep returning to.
Each month in addition to our regular Fish Café menu we like to bring you something different, something that has been inspired by the season. Where possible we try to use ingredients that are in abundance, that are fresh & most of all a treat for your taste buds.
Check back here to find out about our monthly specials...Llandudno Junction Specials Valley Specials
MSC Haddock with a homemade mild harissa paste, topped with a golden garlic crumb, sat on seasonal minted potatoes, broccoli & garden peas.
Yes you've got it...Our take on the classic 'Eton Mess' p.s. there's no fish in it!
Salt & Pepper Squid
Squid in a light salt & pepper batter, served with crisp salad leaves, with our maple & mustard dressing & topped with sweet chilli. Served as a small plate or add chips if you feeling hungry.
Do you know where your fish has come from? Check out this short video and then come visit us...Wales first MSC accredited outlet.
It's easy to think that being a sustainable restaurant is only about sourcing food responsibly. It is that but there's so much more to it...
Not only have we challenged ourselves to minimise our environmental impact, we also include our crew, the communities in which we live and work, our waste products - in fact everything we touch - in our mission to be an ethical and sustainable business.Discover More
We're working towards a more sustainable future, we're committed to responsible sourcing, good environmental practices and our engagement with society.
Marine Stewardship Council
We understand the importance of sustainability and have taken action to ensure that we offer an ethical alternative. The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) ecolabel is the globally recognised mark for seafood that can be traced back through every step of the supply chain (boat to plate) to the well-managed and sustainable fishery that caught it.
We were the first fish & chip shop in Wales committed to using the MSC ecolabel to contribute to the health of our own & the world's ocean. By recognising and rewarding sustainable fishing, we hope to influence the choices people make when buying seafood, helping to transform the seafood market to a sustainable basis.
Local and Seasonal
Whenever possible we like to source the food we serve locally. Mermaids of Llandudno supply us with local lobster caught just off the Great Orme and many other species of fish when they are in season and abundant. Our Hake & MSC Haddock are sourced mostly from Peterhead in Scotland by Chris Richardson in Fleetwood.
We serve wonderful award winning steak pies & sausages from our local butcher Edwards of Conwy.
Our potatoes are sourced by Gwyn Morris and Son of Llanrwst who have been supplying and growing potatoes for three generations and also last summer we made our first connections with our local allotment growers and began a crop exchange.
We understand that our health is important and for the past 3 years we've been frying in heart healthy sunflower oil that is 84% lower in saturated fat than normal chip shop palm oil, higher in mono-unsaturates and Omega 9, another first in Wales.
Changes in our eating habits, leaning more towards a healthier option, has also been reflected with the addition of 'en papillote' to our menu. A fabulous French dish where the fish is baked with locally made flavoured butter in a parchment parcel. Also customers are now choosing to enjoy sharing platters and we have added several different variations to our menu for you to choose from.
Achieving and continuing to hold the Investors in People accreditation has given the people in our business great pride. Through training and developing and focusing on potential, the crew have enhanced their skill set and propelled themselves to become the heartbeat of our business. "It's hard work sailing the perfect ship, maintaining consistency and quality is very important for success and therefore we all must work together and learn along the way, we want to enjoy the process and grow carefully and wisely. We live and breathe the lifestyle and have a lot of fun along the way, good banter, food tasting, fun days out and party nights. A happy crew sail a happy ship and enjoying the journey with us can navigate to new horizons and benefit future careers."
We value our local community and sponsor two local football teams, our local school's and college (Coleg Llandrillo). As a result we have become more involved in what's happening in our local areas. We donate the proceeds from our carrier bags sales to The Fishermans Mission and give 25p to the RNLI for every portion of homemade fish cake sold in our fish cafés. Just doing a little enables us to give something back to the wonderful people that help support our seas.
Commitment to the future of our environment is something we can all contribute towards and many of us are already doing something. If we don't dispose of waste wisely it can have a huge negative effect and cause pollution. At Enochs we have been recycling food, plastic, cardboard, metal and glass for the past 5 years.
Our used frying oil is collected for recycling which helps reduce the need for raw materials and uses less energy therefore preserving natural resources for future generations.
Bio-degradable food packaging
Our packaging is made from a bi-product of sugar production that would otherwise be discarded. The boxes protect the integrity of our Fish & Chips providing great heat retention properties. Once used the box can be easily composted.
In both our fish cafés a percentage of our electricity is supplied from renewable energy resources and we are reducing our impact by utilising energy from the sun with solar PV on our roof in Valley, Anglesey.
It's a big challenge,we are fully aware there is so much more we can do. Our ESP continues and we look forward to an even more sustainable future.
Get yourself one of these cool organic cotton t-shirts with our original playing card design...new for 2016.
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We're always on the look out for new crew members to join us in one of our busy Fish Café's at Junction or Valley. Click below to find out more about any of our current job vacancies
146 Conwy Road, Llandudno Junction, Conwy, North Wales, LL31 9DU
Tel: 01492 581 145 | Directions
Fish Café: 11:30 - 20:30
Takeaway: 11:30 - 21:30
London Road, Valley, Anglesey, North Wales. LL65 3DP
Tel: 01407 741 069 | Directions
Fish Café: 11:30 - 20:30 (Tue - Sun)
Takeaway: 11:30 - 21:30 (Tue - Sun)
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