Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 11:00pm
(Last Orders 10:00pm)
020 8883 8656 | 020 8365 2540
Established in 1968, Toff's is an award winning fish and chip shop. A fully licensed restaurant and take away in Muswell Hill. It prides itself on serving fresh food at reasonable prices in a family friendly atmosphere. You are greeted as a customer but you leave as a friend. As well as the more recognised range of fish cod, haddock, plaice, rock and skate, at Toff's they extend their choice to whole fish like whole plaice, lemon sole, dover sole, sea bass and trout.
As steak fish you can have a fillet of salmon or halibut. Never forgetting other British classics such as pies, saveloys and batter sausages! All orders are cooked to order by expert chefs and fryers. Toff's cooks in refined ground nut oil which is changed every night and then given to farmers for recycling. We strive to buy fish that has been caught responsibly and within the quotas to sustain fish stocks. Toff's is a member of the N.F.F.F (The National Federation of Fish Fryers) and the British Potato Council.
Historically, the marriage of Fish & Chips dates back to 1860 in Northern England near one of the many fish docks. The original recipe was to fry the pair in beef dripping, but it was in London's east end that they started frying in oil. Traditionally, fish and chips were flavoured with salt and vinegar and consumed with your fingers straight out of the newspaper in which they were wrapped.
Cod and chips is the Londoners favourite, but that's not true for the whole country. Ask for Fish & Chips in Grimsby, and they will serve you Haddock, however in Wales you will most probably receive Plaice. Fish & Chips became essential to the diet of ordinary men and women and are now as fashionable as ever.
Fish is high in protein but low in unhealthy fats and therefore makes a great alternative to red meat. Fish is a valuable source of vitamins and minerals making it the nations favourite dishe. Toff's prides itself in serving fish bought directly from UK's docks. The fish is coated in a specially blended batter mix and then deep fried in refined groundnut oil. The menu has been extended to include Skate and Rock.