Food and drink FOOD & DRINK

Burton's Fish 'n' Chips

This Memory is looking a little short on nostalgia! Have you got anything you could add?

Burton's Fish 'n' Chips were a sort of a biscuity, crackery, crisp. They came in a bag with newspaper print on it. They crisps themselves were in the shape of a fish or a chip. They never quite had enough flavour on them.


Author of this article:



Contributors to this article:

  • There are no contributors yet

Message boards

Burton's Fish 'n' Chips Last post by sixtyten
10 January 2014

Do You Remember Burton's Fish 'n' Chips?

Do You Remember Burton's Fish 'n' Chips?

  • Anonymous user
    on
    Yep - from the vending machine at the baths after swimming. Standard post-swim treat. Just tasted like bland baked cracker with a thin veneer of salt and vinegar to be fair !
  • Anonymous user
    on
    loved these I thought they were Yum eating them after swimming :-)
  • InGen
    on
    Seen them in Morrisons too.
  • Anonymous user
    on
    asda & Tesco stock em
  • jambo
    on
    Fish n Chips are back as i have seen people posting pics of them on FB
  • Anonymous user
    on
    fish and chips Back in Asda.
  • Anonymous user
    on
    What is it with these and swimming pool vending machines? That's my memory of them too. Flavour was too strong and biscuit was dry but I kind of liked the way the packet was like a newspaper. In those days, fish n chips actually did come in newspaper, until the health and safety nannies got involved.
  • Anonymous user
    on
    You either loved or hated these...I loved em
  • Anonymous user
    on
    I used to eat these by the ton. I don't have any kids, but if I did I would be tempted to exchange said kid for a bag of these
  • Anonymous user
    on
    Good Lord, I'd quite forgotten these! Thanks for the memory! I loved them- my Mum didn't mind getting them for me, as they were biscuits and not crisps, so not deemed to be as bad for my health.