From its origins in Berwick Street market to Notting Hill and now back to Soho, this fish and chip shop (serving sustainably caught Cornish fish) is now a pair.
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“Reliable fish ’n’ chips – and fun hosts” – earn solid ratings for this new-wave Notting Hill chippy, where the sustainable seafood is sourced directly from Cornish fishermen. A Soho sibling opened in 2018, close to the business’s origin as a stall in Berwick Market.
“The fish is fab” at this new Notting Hill take on the trad fish ’n’ chip shop, using sustainable fish landed in Cornwall less than 48 hours earlier. Having started out as a street stall in Soho’s Berwick Street Market, it has a “great supper club feel”. “Friendly, quirky and bound to become stupidly expensive, so get there now while it’s fresh and fun!” Cute garden too.
After trading for eight months as a stall at Soho’s Berwick Street market, this fish ’n’ chip shop (serving sustainably caught Cornish fish), launched its first standalone restaurant in deepest Notting Hill – early feedback says it’s outstanding.
Tuesday to Thursday 12-3/5.30-10; Friday 12-3/5.30-10.30; Saturday 11-10.30; Sunday 11am-9.30pm
Last orders: 9.30 pm, Fri & Sat 10 pm, Sun 9pm