Fish & Chips


57 Marlow Rd, London SE20 7YG

This chippy has a strong claim to being the best in all of south London. Run by Moses Adamou, who opened it way back in 1962, Marlow Fish Bar does all the classics – cod, haddock, rock, plaice, battered sausage and fresh chips cut by hand. A true local institution.


Like stepping into a very bygone era, The Fryer’s Delight is a true London gem. It’s an entirely classic chippie – founded in 1958 by two Italian brothers, Giovanni and Giuseppe Ferdenzi – and everything about it is perfect, from the original fixtures (the checkerboard floor and wood panelling is *chefs’ kiss*) to the pouting, top hat-wearing fish on the sign. The food here is reliably cheap and, crucially, very good. The fish and chips are fried the old-school way, using beef drippings, and, after all these years, still rated among the best in the city.


Until 15th September 2019
30 The Queen's Walk, South Bank, London SE1 8XX

Pitched up on the South Bank is Applebee’s Fish pop-up bar and restaurant. Applebee’s has been going since the late nineties, though this is its first pop-up, and just a stone’s throw away from the river Thames, it’s offering some of the best fish and chips (and views) in the capital. With a dedicated champagne and oyster bar, there is plenty about this that rocks, along with a games sandpit, craft beer, cocktails on tap and live performances from some of the best buskers around. The food menu is banging, with small bites of super fresh seabass ceviche as well as tuna and salmon tartare. The panko prawns with homemade kimchi mayonnaise are insane and of course the star of the show is everybody’s favourite seaside treat, fish and chips, made with a sustainably sourced cod fillet deep-fried in an extremely light and crispy harbour beer batter. Washed down with Goring Sparkling Wine and Champagne Collet it’s a treat at the seaside (well, river) for one and all.


38 Poland St, Soho, London W1F 7LY

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.


30 Hawley Cres, London NW1 8NP

Going strong since 1952, Poppie’s brings you a 50’s vibe with throwback uniforms, music, nostalgic decor and lots of East End charm. Though you’ll be surrounded by awesome retro memorabilia, you’ll be munching away on top quality and super fresh food. And if you really fancy, you can even find yourself some jellied eels here.

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38 Muswell Hill Broadway, London N10 3RT

With over 10 different types of fresh sustainable stock fish, Toff’s will certainly satisfy whatever particular craving you’ve got. Bringing you a family friendly atmosphere, reasonably priced food and loads of choices, you really can’t go wrong at Toff’s.


128 Lauriston Rd, London E9 7LH

Fish House is a traditional takeaway located in the heart of Victoria Park Village, but for those of you who prefer to have your takeaway and not take it away, there’s loads of casual seating. Serving fried-to-order fresh battered fish and double cooked chips – you won’t be disappointed here.

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71a-73 Marylebone Ln, London W1U 2PN

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.

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149-155 Central St, King Square, London EC1V 8AP

Fish Central brings you fresh fish – both classics like cod and haddock (which you can have grilled rather than deep fried) and fancier seafood like oysters and lobster, plus some Mediterranean-influenced dishes – purchased daily from London’s very own Borough Market. It’s also smarter than your average chippy, with proper tables and everything.


2 Pellerin Rd, Stoke Newington, London N16 8AT

Micky’s Chippy is famous for their huge, chunky battered cod served with a large portion of chips hot out of the fryer. You’ve got to try it with their curry sauce. Trust!

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218 Graham Road, London E8 1BP

When it comes to chippies in the capital, Sutton & Sons is definitely up there with the best. With its award-winning fish & chips available in Islington and Stoke Newington as well as Hackney, the menu also features the likes of oysters, moules marinere and crab on toast plus Mrs Sutton’s homemade pickles and desserts.