Lovely gluten free fish and chips! Would recommend. Lovely little restaurant. Be aware of ketchup as it says contains barley malt vinegar. I ate it without realising and panicked but I checked online etc and it's actually fine and says its safe for ceoliac as the gluten count is so so low. I was not sick or anything and googled the brand of the ketchup which also said it was fine
Pluses are that they are clearly set up with separate fryers, signage, etc to accommodate celiacs, pretty quick to order at counter and go sit in large upstairs dining area with food brought out to you within 5-10 minutes, and best of all, cod was delicious and fried perfectly and lightly. Minuses are that it’s pretty expensive for what they offer, the whole place was sort of dirty, not many choices — at all — if you don’t want fish and chips, and most disappointingly, the GF chips and onion rings were not good at all. Chips are really thick-cut wedge-style fries—ours were mushy without any crispness to the outside—and onion rings were greasy. For a family with 4 teenage boys who usually polish off everything on all plates, the fact that we had fries left on plates as we left sorta says it all!
I LOVED Beshoff's - this was the second place we ate on out 6 day trip. It is refreshing that you don't have to pay an upcharge everywhere for eating gluten free. They have dedicated fryers for fish and chips were SAFE. They understand...and even have desserts available. Portion size was great because you get fish, fries, pea side and if you order a dessert..you'll be full. For European travel, we felt this was a GREAT DEAL! A must visit..