Charlie Bretts at The Allerton.

In 1919 Charles Brett opened his fish and chip restaurant in a small cottage on North Lane in Headingley. Over the years he grew the business turning it into one of the best known and loved fish and chip meccas in Yorkshire. When we took the business over a few years ago, our ethos was to keep sacred all the things that made Charlie Brett's such a special part of the Leeds community, but freshen up the Brett's brand.

Today at our restaurants, you will find only the best quality ingredients sourced from reputable local suppliers who share the same passion and quality as we do. Charlie Bretts at The Allerton have beautiful fish dishes that worthy of your strong consideration - and for those who wish to take a break from fish, we have some outstanding meat and vegetarian dishes that will make you see Charlie Bretts in a whole new light. We are very proud of what we have created and we hope you enjoy the Charlie Brett's dining experience as much as we have enjoyed creating it.

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Charlie Bretts is your local, family run institution, based in the leafy suburbs of Alwoodley.

We serve fine food, freshly prepared by all of our Chefs.  We have a large selection of fresh fish, modern British dishes and a fantastic Children's Menu. There really is something for the whole family to enjoy.

Our Services Include:

* Disabled Access
* Large Free Car Park
* Free WiFi
* Cask Ales
* Children's Corner
* Private Function Room
* Large Sun Trap Terrace for al fresco Wining and dining.
* Monthly Social Events

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We're Family Friendly

Charlie Bretts is perfect for families. There's something for everybody; we've even prepared a special menu for those little fussy ones. Fresh, tasty food in a welcoming restaurant - so let us do the cooking while you sit back, relax and enjoy a little bit of family time.

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