Ratski wrote: ↑
Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:18 am
I have never been too impressed with the fish stall on Northcote Road unfortunately. I remember when they had their own shop which was better.
... Moxon’s ...rude customer service.
Problem is most the new younger residents who have moved in and replaced the families in the area wouldn’t know what to do with fish unless it’s battered and served with chips or frozen and covered in breadcrumbs.
Given the number of moped food delivery drivers that now litter the road at all times of the day and night I am surprised we still have a butchers tbh.
Why is the fish stall, run by the owners of the fish shop, worse than the shop?
Moxons rude? You obviously never shopped at Doves; they wrote the book on crap customer service.
It's quite a crass generalisation to state that young shoppers don't know how to cook fish. Are these the same young people that never watch TV and all the cooking programmes, the same young people that frequent the local restaurants, adding to the local economy? If you want a boring fish recipe i'll happily put you in touch with my grandad.
It might come as a surprise to you but those moped delivery drivers are also part of the economy and I would wager that a lot of people that can afford a delivery from Byron would also be the same people that you're seeing buying fish, using the local pubs and restaurants, cheese, meat, wine shops etc... Let's not slag them all off, eh?