REVIEW: MICKY’S CHIPPY

REVIEW: MICKY’S CHIPPY

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know how it is, you have your favourite Fish and Chip shop, so why go anywhere else? Well if we thought that way we’d never discover anything better than we already know.

So we hit Micky’s Chippy instead of our favourite Paradise Fish Bar and we liked what we found. We can’t be sure it was better but it was just as good. A huge chunky, battered cod and portion of chips, fresh out of the fryer.

Micky’s is located on Pellerin Road just off Kingland Road we paid £8.60 for a large cod and chips, mushy peas and curry sauce. And trust us your gonna want to try that curry sauce.

Micky’s Chippy, 2 Pellerin Rd, N16