REVIEW: PARADISE FISH BAR

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loves Fish and Chips. In fact we love most food but that is beside the point. Imagine our delight when we tried our new local chip shop and found out it was ace. The Paradise Fish Bar is located in Newington Green. There is usually a queue inside and now we know why. The fish and chips are cooked to order but well worth the wait. We went for the large cod and chips to share, just under £6 but even between two of us we couldn’t finish them. The fish, a large piece of flaky white cod was enclosed in a crispy batter without a trace of greasiness. The chips were half crispy, half soft and again not greasy in the slightest. The perfect hangover cure and the best take away fish & chips we have eaten for a long time….

Would we go back? Erm I think we already have, twice!

Paradise Fish Bar, 141 Newington Green Road. London N1 4RA

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