The Best Fish and Chips in London. Because everyone needs a place to get their fish & chip fix. Here’s our list of the very best-of-the-best chippies around.
Best Fish and Chips in London Highlights
Kerbisher & Malt is a modernised fish and chip shop with several locations in the capital. But don’t let their contemporary look and feel fool you, their award-winning fish and chips – seriously award-winning, like they’ve won loads of awards – promise to bring you that traditional fish and chip flavour and freshness every time.
Golden Union Fish Bar is a classic British chippy and proud. The fish is delivered daily, the spuds are peeled and cut in-house, and the fishcakes are homemade. It’s good, honest and they’ve got a booze license so you can have a few beers too.
If you’re headed to Sutton & Son’s in Hackney, you better be hungry as they don’t do small portions. Offering a range of fish, from cod and haddock to monkfish, and even speciality homemade condiments to go along with it, Sutton & Son’s isn’t your average chippy. Best of all, you can even get it Deliveroo-ed! Simply one of the best fish and chip shops in London.
Standing in the same spot since 1914, the Golden Hind has been serving up fish and chips in London for over 100 years, so you can bet they know their stuff. Their fish is caught fresh daily and battered in their famous family recipe, served in large portions and – if you’re feeling a bit boozy – paired with a section of wines by the bottle.
Fish Central brings you fresh fish – both classics like cod and haddock and fancier seafood like oysters and lobster, plus some Mediterranean-influenced dishes. Fish is purchased daily from London’s very own Borough Market. It’s also smarter than your average chippy, with proper tables and everything.