Best Fish and Chips in London
Top of our list of the best fish and chips in London is Poppies. East End Born&Bred, Pat ‘Pop’ Newland has been cooking London’s best fish and chips since 1952. 50 years later Pop set up his own shop in Brick Lane, channeling a 1950’s feel. It has now become a London-wide brand, with chippies in Camden, Spitalfields and Soho. Poppies is all about sustainably sourced, quality fish, filleted by their own in-house fishmonger and either grilled or fried to perfection, depending on how you like it. Takeaway orders are wrapped in newspaper, a nostalgic call-back to the golden age of fish&chip shops.
Opening Hours: 11am-11pm, Daily.
Liverpool Street (Central, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith&City Lines)
67 (Folgate Street Stop T)
NCP Car Park, Spreadeagle Yard, Whitechapel High St, London E1 7RA
Fish X Chips
Next on our list of the best fish and chips in London is Fish X Chips. Fish X Chips is a family run restaurant chain with cheery service and fantastic, unpretentious food. The fish and chips is around £6.50 but the real prize is the pies for £2.20 and savaloys (a kind of traditional British sausage) for £2. Dig in!
Opening Hours: 12pm-10pm, Daily
Stamford Brook (District Line)
Ravenscourt Park (District Line)
27,190, 267, 391, H91, N9, N11 (Ravenscourt Park Stop F)
King St, Hammersmith, London W6 9HW
What could be better than top notch fish and chips, coupled with a nautical shabby-chic setting. Once a stall on Berwick Market, Chipping Forecast is now a permanent restaurant with widespread critical acclaim. Sustainable Cornish Fish is fried in Brewdog Beer and Beef dripping batter. There is also pickled eggs, scampi and fish pie on offer. Absolutely delicious.
Tue-Thu Lunch midday-3pm, Dinner 5pm-10pm
Fri Lunch midday-3pm, Dinner 5-11.30pm;
Westbourne Park (Hammersmith&City Line)
Ladbroke Grove (Hammersmith&City Line)
7, 70, N7 (Power Gardens Stop PD)
Arthur Court, Queensway, London W2 5HL
Hook Camden Town
Next on our list of the best fish and chips in London is Hook Camden Town. Here the fish is caught fresh every day and the menu varies accordingly. The fish is perfectly cooked and the classic dishes often feature an unusual twist. The menu includes dishes such as the Japanese inflected cod in panko breadcrumbs with tartar sauce and seaweed salted chips, and the sea bream in kerla spiced tempura fish tacos. Weird but altogether wonderful!
Opening Hours: Midday-10pm, Daily
Camden Town (Northern Line)
274, C2 (Parkway Stop CW)
Lomax Car Park, 38/40 Pratt St, Camden Town, London NW1 0LY
Kerbisher and Malt
Last but certainly not least our list of the best fish and chips in London is Kerbisher and Malt. Kerbisher and Malt serve fish fresh off the boat in perfectly cooked crunchy batter. With crisp, chunky chips and any sides you could dream of, all cooked to perfection, whats not to like? It’s cheap too, for only a tenner apiece. Tuck in my hearties!
Hammersmith (District&Circle and Piccadilly Line)
72, 220, 283 (Brook Green Bus Stop B)
Olympia Car Park, Maclise Rd, Hammersmith, London W14 0NE