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We Ranked The Best Fish And Chips In London So You Don’t Have To

We Ranked The Best Fish And Chips In London So You Don’t Have To

We Ranked The Best Fish And Chips In London So You Don't Have To

Who doesn’t love some good fish and chips? It’s an incredibly versatile dish that has been a staple of British cuisine for God knows how long. It’s perfect as a way to unwind at a pub after a busy working day, a great lunch option on a lazy Sunday afternoon, and even a fantastic hangover meal! London is known for its variety of fish and chips shops that never fail to disappoint. Check our top picks for some of the best fish and chips in London to try!

1. Hook

Address: 63-65 Parkway, Camden Town, NW1 7PP

As is typical of most places in Camden, this fish and chips shop offers an interesting twist on the famous classic. Aside from the original recipe, they offer interesting batters such as panko crumbs and tempura. They also have a spicy jerk option for those of you looking for something extra. What’s more, most of their creations are under £15!




2. Poppies

Address: 30 Hawley Crescent, Camden Town, NW1 8NP

This restaurant is a good example of quality, traditional fish and chips. You can never go wrong with a nice battered cod and some chunky chips on the side. For under £20 you can feast on a delicious serving of everyone’s favourite classic. If you can’t make it to Camden, then don’t despair – they have two more venues in Spitalfiels and Soho.



3. Seashell of Lisson Grove

Address: 49-51 Lisson Grove, Marylebone, NW1 6UH

Now these are some fish and chips with a rich history! The Seashell of Lisson Grove has been around since World War I and combines a beautiful fish restaurant with a friendly take away counter. They may be a bit on the pricey side but you can’t blame them for it – after all, how often do you find a whole Dover sole on the bone as a substitute for your traditional cod?




4. Fish Lounge

Address: 99 Brixton Hill, Brixton, SW2 1AA

It’s great to see traditional venues moving along with the times and adapting to new modes of eating. This little gem offers a unique gluten-free fish batter that allows you to enjoy your fish and chips without worrying about your dietary requirements!




5. Golden Hind

Address: 71a-73 Marylebone Lane, Marylebone, W1U 2PN

Named after Sir Francis Drake’s legendary galleon, this long-established restaurant serves delicious generous portions of traditional fish and chips. Definitely worth a visit if you’re after some incredible taste and a friendly atmosphere.



6. Nautilus

Address: 27-29 Fortune Green Road, West Hampstead, NW6 1DU

Have you ever heard of fish and chips fried in matzo? Using traditional unleavened Jewish flatbread, this location has created an exciting combination of flavours and cultures in a single classic dish.




7. Toff’s

Address: 38 Muswell Hill Broadway, Muswell Hill, N10 3RT

This family-run business uses sustainably sourced fish to create some incredible fish and chips. Definitely one of London’s best small-scale fish restaurants, so make sure you pay them a visit.


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8. Bonnie Gull

Address: 21A Foley Street, Fitzrovia, W1W 6DS

With another venue open in Soho, the Bonnie Gull makes delicious beer bettered haddock with a side of scrumptious beef dripping chips. What’s more, they use a unique Japanese tempura mix to go the extra mile.


9. Kerbisher and Malt

Address: 164 Shepherd’s Bush Road, Hammersmith, W6 7PB

Another incredible London location that you just can’t miss out on! With one more restaurant in Clapham, this fish and chips shop lets you choose how you want your fish cooked and offers an incredible variety of sides, including pickled onion rings and coleslaw.




10. Sutton and Sons

Address: 240 Graham Road, Hackney, E8 1BP

Surely you can’t go wrong with a fish and chips shop owned by a well-known family of London fishmongers? Sutton and Sons boasts a rich heritage and an exciting traditional interior, as well as delicious classic fish and chips.



Which of the best fish and chips in London is your favourite? Let us know in the comments!