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Check out this chic new trendy restaurant in Leeds, which opened after a £200,000 investment

Take a look inside this posh new fish and chip shop and restaurant which has opened in Leeds following a £200,000 makeover.

Catch has taken over former establishment, The Fisherman’s Lodge, in Moortown. Catch Street Lane is the latest addition to the award-winning seafood restaurant brand.

The restaurant is unrecognisable in comparison to its former Fisherman’s Lodge days. Changes include foliage walls, white tiling and an eight foot Catch sign.

Catch prides themselves on delivering a casual seafood dining experience, using quality seafood sourced from UK ports. The investment includes a significant kitchen upgrade that allows the restaurant team to broaden its menu.

The takeaway has also undergone refurbishment, giving customers a chance to enjoy the Catch experience at home, and a new bar area has also been incorporated into the refitted restaurant, serving a range of draught drinks, cocktails and wines.

A unique element to the Street Lane site will see the food cooked in vegetable oil, instead of beef dripping, as requested by the local community.

Sarah Stuttle, Catch managing director, said: “We’re excited to be expanding the Catch family to Moortown, and welcoming the local community around our new Street Lane site.

“For us, the decor is all part of the restaurant experience, so it’s important that customers like what they see. First impressions count.”

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