Steve’s Fish and Chips in Bald Hills Under New Ownership After Over a Decade

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After over 11 years in the business, Steve Moss, the man and the name behind Steve’s Fish and Chips on Rothbury Street in Bald Hills, has officially hung up his apron and handed over ownership of the popular shop to new owners Devin and Ella.


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Known for its friendly service and fresh fish-and-chips cooked in front of customers, Steve’s Fish and Chips has developed a dedicated following under the Moss family’s decade of ownership.

According to locals, Mr Moss knew customers’ names and favourite orders simply by the sound of their voice when they walked in.

Steve's Fish and Chips
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After buying the existing fish and chips shop 10 years ago, Mr Moss and his wife Debbie worked hard to transform it into the popular community spot it is today. With around 80 percent returning customers, Mr Moss came to know many regulars very well over the years.

Photo credit: Steve’s Fish and Chips/Facebook

Now, after over 11 years owning and operating Steve’s, Mr Moss is ready for a new chapter. He plans to take a few months off before starting a new job as a patient transport officer.

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“We would like to thank all our amazing, loyal customers over this time and introduce the new owners, Devin and Ella,” the shop wrote in a Facebook post announcing the 58-year-old owner’s decision.

Steve’s Fish and Chips reassured customers that the current staff will remain and Mr Moss will assist Devin and Ella with the transition over the next month. 

Photo credit: Steve’s Fish and Chips/Facebook

“They are committed to maintaining the high quality standards that Steve has upheld,” the store assured its customers.

“We hope that you will all make Devin and Ella feel welcome, be patient while they learn the ropes, and support them in the future,” the post continued.

Published 7-August-2023