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“Excellent, fresh-cooked fish ’n’ chips” is served with lashings of nostalgia, provided by the post-war memorabilia on the walls at these “great fun” venues in Spitalfields, Camden Town and Soho. East Ender Pat “Pops” Newland, the founder, entered the trade aged 11 in 1952, and he has created “a great vibe”.
Fans applaud the “very good chips” and “great-tasting fresh fish” at these chippies in Spitalfields, Camden Town and now Covent Garden, all decorated with post-war memorabilia (founder Pat “Pop” Newland entered the trade aged 11 in 1952). A dissenting minority complain that they’ve become “overpriced tourist traps”.
“No-frills”, fish ’n’ chip restaurants in Spitalfields and Camden Town where “you eat surrounded by Post-War memorabilia, and served by staff in period dress”; it’s all done “with style and zing”, and “serves better food than you might expect”; live music in NW1 too.