1. Poppies Fish and Chips6-8 Hanbury St, London
2. The Fish & Chip Shop189 Upper Street, London
3. The Fish Club189 St Johns Hill, London
4. Kerbisher & Malt164 Shepherds Bush Rd, London
5. Toff’s of Muswell Hill38 Muswell Hill Broadway, London
6. Oliver's Fish and Chips95 Haverstock Hill, London
7. Masters Super Fish191 Waterloo Rd, London
8. Fish House126-128 Lauriston Rd, London
From a seasoned East Ender whose family's been in the business since '45, this retro-style chippy sports tile walls, Formica tables, a '50s jukebox, and newspaper-wrapped swimmers fresh from Billingsgate.
TFACS is a great place to get exactly what it implies... fish and chips. They also are BYOB, so take full advantage!
Run by the former executive chef at Caprice Holdings, Fish Club features fresh fish cooked up in a golden brown batter made with local brew "Camden Hells", and sided by spicy tartar sauce, ensuring a delicious dish every time.
This white-tiled Hammersmith joint puts sustainable-source cod/haddock/pollock/plaice either in batter or on the grill, supplemented by double-cooked chips, handmade tartare/lemon mayo, and perennials like chip and fish finger butties.
This family-run resto has been churning out tasty meals since 1968 and that of course means fish & chips. They use a special refined ground nut oil to fry their fishies into crispy golden-brown delights. And don't forget to save room for their famous sticky toffee pudding.
Manned by Chef Mario Budwig, Oliver's is a real standout in the fish & chip game because of their highly regarded matzo meal coating they use to coat their fish to make it extra crunchy and seriously flaky. And the best part (besides the taste)? They manage to keep their fish under 500 calories a pop.
These guys do no nonsense fish & chips. They serve it up classic style with a crispy coating and tasty fries, just the way you'd expect from a place named Masters Super Fish.
This Victoria Park eatery pleases from the second you step foot in the door. It's squeaky-clean, charming, and smells amazing of course, because of the classic fish & chips cooking in the back. Be sure to check out their brunch and don't be afraid to stray from the fish to try the crab cakes.