Mother Hubbard’s – Self-service is Now Available on Kayana

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Mother Hubbard’s – Self-service

Mother Hubbard’s – Self-service has now become available on Kayana. They use the finest Icelandic haddock & British potatoes to produce the crispiest battered fresh fish & golden chips.

With average order feedback in the high 4.8, Mother Hubbard’s is a valued addition to the Kayana App.

Mother Hubbard’s

721 Leeds Rd, Laisterdyke, Bradford BD3 8LL

Phone:+44 1274 952222

Mon- Sun: 11.00AM – 11.00PM

About the Mother Hubbard’s

The First Mother Hubbard’s fish & chips restaurant on Ingleby Road. Bradford was completed at a cost of £92,000 in 1972. It was opened on the 3rd of May 1972 by Coronation Street Favourites, Stan & Hilda Ogden. At that time, fish & chips were served at just 45p per portion. They have a modern feel but still with the traditional taste to take you back to your childhood memories. They have the capacity to seat 60 guests in an air conditioned & clean environment, to ensure that you enjoy the experience of dining at Mother Hubbard’s.

Technology Used

Mother Hubbard’s uses Kayana Self-Serve Technology to help serve its customers from its kiosk. Mother Hubbard’s  is  available via the Kayana App for delivery or using the Self-Serve Kiosk available at the stand.  you can get your takeaway a lot quicker by using Kayana Takeaway preordering.

 

 

 

 

Mother Hubbard’s is now available on Kayana with finest traditional fish & chips

At Mother Hubbard’s they are passionate about great tasting food. They only use the finest Icelandic haddock & British potatoes to produce the crispiest battered fresh fish & golden chips.

With average order feedback in the high 4.8, Mother Hubbard’s is a valued addition to the Kayana App.

Mother Hubbard’s

721 Leeds Rd, Laisterdyke, Bradford BD3 8LL

Phone:+44 1274 952222

Mon- Sun: 11.00AM – 11.00PM

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