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Catch today’s bargain at Reliance Fish Bar, Queen Street, Gravesend

27 February 2014
by Messenger Reporter

There is another tasty deal on offer this week with your Gravesend and Dartford Messengers.

We’ve teamed up with the Reliance Fish Bar in Queen Street, Gravesend, to bring you another mouth-watering offer – half-price cod and chips, saving you £3.20.

You need to be quick though because the offer is for today only (Thursday) and you need a voucher from your Messenger.

Owner Jack Kamenou, 47, who is expecting to be busy after last week’s offer of free chips went well, said: “Although it was a good offer, customers were only saving 90p so when they get the fish and chips this week, it will be a bigger saving.

“Cod and chips is our most popular. I think it’s the quality of what we serve that keeps people coming back. That and how we look after our customers.”

He took over running the shop from his father George, and it has been in the town since 1920.

The award-winning chippy was voted in the top three across the South East and London in the National Fish and Chip Shop of the Year competition in 2012.

The fish and chip shop is open Monday to Thursday, from 11am to 8pm; 11am to 9pm on a Friday; and 10.30am to 9pm on Saturday.

The offer is only available today and readers will be eligible by taking along a coupon from the paper - get your copy soon!

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