Walvis Bay has a “Fish & Chips” again

Although many take-away shops and restaurants offer traditional fish and chips on the menu, the traditional “fish & chips shop” has been absent from Walvis Bay for many years.

Thanks to Hangana Seafood Processors and its able staff, a fish & chips shop opened its doors in the town’s central business district last Friday. The shop is named “Fisher Bank”. That is in honour of Hangana Seafood Processors’ flag-ship fishing vessel, Fisher Bank.
Fisher Bank is the right place to be if you crave a portion of traditional fish & chips. Perhaps a juicy meal of calamari and chips or any of the other very exciting seafood-centered items on the menu. Situated on 7th Road (Eddie van Wyk Building), Fisher Bank offers a wide selection on its take-away menu, at very affordable prices.
The Governor of Erongo, Cllr Neville Andre, had the honour of cutting the ribbon at Fisher Bank on Friday. The Governor congratulated Hangana Seafood Processors and its staff on the opening of the shop, as not only does it carry forward the torch of adding value to Namibia’s seafood resources but it also created job opportunities and at national level it adds to Government revenues in the form of both direct and indirect taxes.

Also at the opening was the managing director of Hangana Seafood Processors, Mr Herman Theron, and staff members of the company. It was quite impressive to see how Hangana employees jumped in and helped out, to get Fisher Bank out of the starting blocks on its first day.
Fisherbank’s staff says: “welcome aboard!”
* On the pictures: cutting of the ribbon, staff of Hangana that assisted to make Fisher Bank a reality and Mr Renier Thiersen was the first customer at Fisher Bank.

You must be logged in to post a comment Login