A good old fashioned fish & chip shop. I loved it.
Everything is freshly cooked, with crispy batter and golden chips. Digging into the cod was a delight, and despite the portion size I managed to finish it, just. The regular portion is a generous serve, I didn’t see the large serve but probably big enough for two.
Whilst there are many things on the menu including savoys, burgers, chicken etc if you’re so inclined.
There is a seating area to the rear, perfect for a rainy night. You can also have takeaway, which seems equally popular with the locals.
Highly recommend this place as this is the best fish and chip place in London. Home family style with great cod fish and the best kidney pie ever. The Manager is so friendly and has a lovely British elegant style, which is such a big plus to 5 stars as I wish I could give it 6
Surprisingly good fish and chips. We were in the area and looking for somewhere to eat. Saw the reviews and decide to give it a try. The kids menu was not so great, fish fingers. But the fish and chips was just right. There were a lot of people when we visited. Price was reasonable too.
The fried Cod is superb. Crispy on the outside and tender juicy on the inside. The crispy batter is quite thin
which I like it very much.
The potato chip served hot but just normal still i like it.
The owner is very courteous.
Need to go early because seating area is quite small
Wonderful little fish & chips shop without all the craziness of typical touristy places. Family owned and super friendly staff. The fish was great - seemed caught, not frozen or bagged. Would definitely come again!