Fish and Chips is the British number one National dish. Egon Ronay claimed "it was our most distinctive contribution to world cuisine". Historically, the marriage of fish and chips dates back to 1860 in Northern England near one of the many fish docks. The original receipe was to fry the pair in beef dripping but it was in London's east end that they started frying in oil. The first fish and chip shop was near the famous Billingsgate wet fish market.

Cod and chips is the Londoners favourite, but that's not true for the whole country. Ask for fish and chips in Grimsby, and they will serve you haddock, however in Wales you most probably receive Plaice. The latest award is the Journal Most Family Friendly Restaurant voted by the Archant group of newspaper readers.

Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2016

Trip Advisor 2016

Trip Expert's Choice 2017

Trip Expert 2017

Harden's Awards - 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2017, 2018

Trip Expert 2017 Trip Expert 2017 Trip Expert 2017 Trip Expert 2017 Trip Expert 2017

Time Out Love London Awards

Time Out Award Winner 2014 Time Out Award Winner 2015 Time Out Award Winner 2016

Good Chippy Award Winner 2016 & Fry Magazine Top 10 Winner 2017

Good Chippy 2016 Fry Magazine 2017

Other Accolades

Harden's Restaurant Awards

2001, 2003, 2004, 2006

Good Food Guide


Fish & Chip Shop of the Year

2004, 2006

Food & Drinks Awards


Eating & Drinking Guide

2002, 2003, 2005

Lonely Planet


Ham & High Series

1996, 1998/99

The Mobile Food Guide