UK Chippy offers luxury dining option...fish and chips covered in 24 karat gold last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- Punters are lapping up the unusual culinary offering, bosses say
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A chippy is offering punters a luxury dining option by selling fish and chips covered in 24 karat gold. Bosses at Enzo's in Crookston, Glasgow, say punters are lapping up the unusual culinary offering. The fish supper, which also includes tartar sauce, lemon, and mushy peas, costs £80, Wales Online reports. It is covered in edible gold leaf. There are even plans for black pudding and haggis to similarly be covered in gold. Takeaway owner Sooraj Alanal, 43, says he hopes the price may come down as the menu is expanded. READ MORE : Three held on suspicion of murder after man found unconscious at tower block in 'unexplained' death He said: "I was wanting to do something luxury and that's why we came up with it. We came up with the idea as there are gold leaf steaks. We are serving fish and chips or sausage, pickled onion, lemon, mushy peas, tartar sauce, or scampi supper with gold. We are bringing in a big menu with things like haggis and black pudding.
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. I was trying to buy it in bulk to bring down the cost." The gold coated menu was launched last week using social media including Instagram and TikTok to promote it.
The takeaway hopes to expand its gold covered offering
(Image: Courtesy Enzo's / SWNS)
Sooraj added: "Everyone is coming to us. We are going to do bulk production soon. "I'm sourcing the gold leaf from the manufacturers. It comes in foil, you take it out of the foil and put it on the fish or sausage. "It's £80 at the moment because the gold is expensive." READ NEXT: Child suffers horrific second-degree burns after touching 'Britain's most dangerous plant' Mum's warning after kids suffer severe sunburn through t-shirts and SPF 50 suncream on Gran Canaria holiday ‘I used to pick my kids up from school and then drink until I passed out. It can happen to anyone' I started out selling nuts to pubs with a mate. Three years on we've made £10m Manchester woman who had eyeball removed becomes TikTok star