Chose this place for my fish and chips experience in London and I can't think of one negative aspect! The employees were patient and friendly. We ordered the cod and halibut for comparison- halibut was better suited for our taste buds, but both delicious. Perfectly fried. Crispy on the outside, soft inner layer. Fries were average. Liked the HP brown sauce and vinegar so much that I stocked up on the condiments before returning to the States. Yum yum!
Absolutely wonderful! If you're looking for a perfect example of what fish & chips should be, there's a reason this place is so highly rated and recommended. Also, their other offerings are great; I'm an American and fan of diners, and the cheeseburger I had was great. Waitstaff is also great. Be warned this place is often very busy, especially Fridays, but don't let the potential crowd put you off.
There are not many proper traditional fish and chip shop like the left in and its particularly rare being in central London. Great food, great staff can highly recommend. Its definitely my new 'local' and it will be well worth the bus ride!
A little hole-in-the-wall joint with the best fried fish I've ever had. The chips were barely mediocre, but that was OK cuz the fish was fantastic. Decent prices and friendly staff. The shop is tiny, not much seating but they also have take away.
Good fish and chips. Take note that if you dine in, get a seat right away,- don't order at the counter because the prices are different (higher if you eat in, of course).
Had a cod and chips (9.50 GBP), and a cream soda. Fish was good, crisp but could have been deskinned. Not a fan of the fake vinegar they have on tables, but not a big deal. However, if you're looking for a place that fries fish ready to order (and are somehow a stickler about it- the taste was still quite good), then note that there was some fish under the warmer.