A recently opened business in Bardney is going from strength to strength. In fact, you could say it is battering the opposition.
Customers travel from near and far to taste the delights on offer at Sunny’s Plaice.
Owners Sunny and Narinder Singh launched the new fish and chip restaurant and takeaway on the back of other successful and similar ventures in Sleaford, Bourne and Lincoln.
The duo make no bones about the fact that starting up in a rural location was a new - and different - challenge.
However, a few months on and they have absolutely no regrets.
In fact, a long list of regular customers - and not just Bardney residents - shows they made the right decision.
And, to celebrate, Sunny and Narinder are offering free fish and chips for a whole year via a competition on their Facebook page.
Narinder said: “It is the least we could do for our many customers.
“We are very pleased we came to Bardney and the future looks very exciting.”
Top quality fish and chips feature high on the menu in both the restaurant and the takeaway.
Regulars will tell you they are the best for miles around.
However, there are plenty of other tempting items on a tantalising menu - including kebabs.
Naruinder added; “We use only the best quality ingredients and whenever possible, we always make sure they are sourced locally.
“Our fish is delivered fresh every day.
“Everything is cooked fresh and quality really is very important to us.”
There a few unusual things on the menu as well.
Battered Mars’ Bars are popular - and battered mince pies went down very well at Christmas!
Narinder explained: “People in Bardney are prepared to give anything a try.”
Home made fish cakes are also popular while the fully licensed restaurant is busy most nights of the week.
Given their winning recipe, it’s hardly a surprise the duo have made a success of things in Bardney.
They have certainly transformed the premises, which had served as a public house but had been boarded up for several months.
Another boost for Bardney is the creation of nine part-time and two full time jobs. Narinder added: “We’re very pleased we came here.”