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Fish and Chips in London

One in four of all the potatoes consumed in Britain is served up as chips and more than 277 million portions of chips are sold in fish and chip shops each year. Fish and Chips is a traditional English dish so you want to try it at least once but you want the best. So, where do you go? Well, it's been hard but I've tried out loads of fish and chips shops and restaurants and have chosen this list of the Best Fish and Chips in London.

Best Fish and Chips in London
Fish and Chips is a fantastic English dish but if you are only going to try it once you want to try the best. So, it's been hard, but I've been to loads of fish and chip shops in London to sample their chips and have chosen the list below as the best in town.

Best Fish and Chips in London
Where would you recommend for the best fish and chips in London?

Golden Fish Bar Review
Review of the Golden Fish Bar fish and chips shop and restaurant on Farringdon Road in London which has been there for around 150 years.

Sea Shell Fish 'n' Chips Review
Review of the Sea Shell of Lisson Grove fish and chips shop and restaurant in London which has been around for over 30 years.

The Golden Hind Fish and Chips
The Golden Hind serves good quality fish and chips in a small unassuming restaurant in central London.

Fish Bone Fish and Chips
Fish Bone is good place for takeaway chips to take Regents Park. Fish Bone's fish is fresh and the chips are fat and crispy.

Livebait Seafood Restaurant
Livebait is one of the UK's most popular fish restaurants. It has a creative menu which includes Cornish crab and lobster, as well as traditional fish and chips.

Masters Super Fish
Masters Super Fish is close to The Old Vic Theatre and the Imperial War Museum. The restaurant may not look nice but the food is good quality and the portions are massive.

Laughing Halibut
The Laughing Halibut is a friendly old-fashioned fish and chips restaurant. It's always busy but it's also clean.

Rock & Soul Plaice
Rock & Soul Plaice is London's oldest fish and chip shop. Established in 1871, Rock & Soul Plaice is popular with locals and tourists all day long.

Fryer's Delight
Fryer's Delight is the taxi driver's first choice. It's the real traditional stuff: fat chips, chunky batter on the fish, and all fried in beef dripping.

North Sea Fish Restaurant
The North Sea Fish Restaurant has a restaurant and takeaway fish and chip shop. The chips are chunky and cheap. Meals in the restaurant are much more expensive for much less so stick with the takeaway.

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