The Manchester Arndale restaurant is a great location as it is in the heart of the city centre, in a perfect spot to refuel hungry shoppers. The origins of the world’s most famous fish and chip brand lie in the West Yorkshire town of Guiseley. Here on 20th December 1928, Harry Ramsden began serving from a small striped wooden hut beside a tram stop. His reputation soared as takeaway customers flocked to taste his delicious fish in light, crispy batter and golden hand cut chips. Today 35 UK restaurants bear his name, maintain his exacting standards and prepare his secret batter recipe fresh each day.