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A fish and chip store that makes use of a particular conventional ingredient has been dubbed the UK’s “craziest”.

That’s the decision from one delighted buyer who stated its well-known dish – the Haddock Big ‘Un – as he says it’s so huge it seems to be “like a fried dinosaur”.

TikToker Tod posts all about his adventures with meals to his account Eating with Tod that he says is an “exposed diary of a fat man.”

In a clip – that’s now been considered nearly 1m occasions – he critiques Murgatroyds, in Yeadon, Leeds, which boasts an absolute military of followers and has been open as a household enterprise for 30 years.

And the particular ingredient that might be setting the fish and chips aside is the meat dripping they’re made with. Traditionally within the UK that’s what the nation’s favorite dish was made with – earlier than nearly all of chippies switched to sunflower oil or vegetable oil.

Tod stated: “This is the craziest fish and chip shop I’ve ever seen in my life.”

“This is the Big ‘Un in the making – think haddock dunked into beef dripping which is bigger than the size of my waistline.

“The size of it! I mean it looks like a fried dinosaur.”

The dish will set customers back £18.50 with chips. Foodie Tod said that the fish is “flaky, juicy, tender” and what he’d describe as a “mouth wobbler”.

He added: “That’s still the best fish and chips I’ve ever eaten. Holy sh**.”

And the takeaway’s many followers poured in on the feedback part to say that they wholeheartedly agreed.

One stated: “Don’t live far from Murgatroyds. Best fish and chips around.

“Murgatroyds is banging,” stated one other.

The eaterie’s web site explains extra about its wealthy historical past on the town close to Leeds.

It stated: “Murgatroyds is named after Billy Murgatroyd, owner of Moorfield Mills, which stood on the site of the present building and helped put Yeadon on the map in the 1870s.

“The restaurant has fast become one of the most well-known fish and chip restaurants in Yorkshire, something that we are extremely proud of.”

It provides: “We use only the highest quality ingredients; our fish is sourced from renewable fish stock in Icelandic waters and delivered straight to the restaurant.”