One of my favourite fish and chips places to go to. The fish and chips is just what your would expect and with good portion serving. Service is friendly and off the beaten track from Victoria, so a local gem. Has been in the area for a long time so speaks for itself.
Lovely little fish and chips restaurant tucked away from the main streets.
We had a standard Cod fish & chips and a Plaice fish & chips. I loved the crispy batter which made this supposedly oily dish tastes non-greasy and rather satisfying. They also fried the fish upon ordering so you don't get those soggy lukewarm fish like in many other fish and chips restaurants.
One thing worth noting is that the ketchup they provided was pretty sharp but I quite like it. It balances well with the thick cut chips with a sprinkle of salt.
It was a great little traditional restaurant that we stumbled upon. I'd recommend it.
My bf and just arrived in London and came across this place. Food was great not as greasy as you would think. Later we found out from our Airbnb host that this is the best place to have fish and chips, good quality and affordable.
Highly recommend this place.
The service was great everyone was very nice and welcoming.
I’ve been frequenting this fine establishment since my childhood. As a connoisseur of English Cuisine, I can say with some authority that it ranks as the best Chippie in town. In brief adjectives: authentic, succulent and superior.
Quite mediocre unfortunately. The chips were very tasty with quite a big portion. The regular cod was very small and thin and tasted like mush. The curry sauce was bland.