With the end of lockdown seeming nowhere in sight, restaurants across the country are turning to delivery... and we're watching. From Sunday roasts to home-grown butchers, it looks like the people want the best of British. Next up on our agenda? It's fish and chip deliveries in London; from vegan takes on classics to traditional plates paired with fine wines and craft beers.
Hook: Camden’s Hook is delivering all the favourites, with seaweed-salted chips, garlic truffle sauce and a salted caramel pretzel pie in the mix. To wash it all down? There’s beers for that.
The Savannah: Hit up this NW restaurant for salmon burgers, carbonara pizza and fish and chips with chilli, mint and pushy peas.
North Sea Fish: This family-fun fish and chip shop has been going since the 70s. Get your hands on their most popular seafood, salads and desserts.
Sutton & Sons: Pair your fish and chip delivery with vegan bites, prosecco and locally-brewed beer as this Essex Road staple brings the bacon home.
River Fish Bar: Wondering what to eat for Friday night dinner? Islington’s River Fish Bar will deliver cod, skate, haddock, scampi and plenty more.
Red Lion and Sun: Open from Tuesday to Sunday, the kitchen at Red Lion and Sun is cooking beer-battered fish, roast dinners and a gorgeous selection of wine.
Fishcotheque: This SE1 shop is delivering fish and chips to London homes. We’re talking rock sole, scampi, haddock and seabass all with tartare sauce and butter rolls.
The Codfather: With a fish burger meal deal setting you back only £5.99 and desserts like rumbaba and battered Snickers, The Codfather is a no-brainer.
Millers Fish & Chips: Not only is this Vauxhall favourite halal-friendly, but Millers has got fish burgers, platters and a meal deal that includes cod, fries and a drink for under a tenner.
Castle Fish Bar: Looking for affordable fish and chips in London? Check out Castle Fish Bar for meal deals from as little as £6.50.
Moxies: Feast on sustainable fresh fish from the Shetlands as Moxies in Balham cooks your meal to order during lockdown.
Kennedy’s: Still open for business, Kennedy’s are running delivery and click and collect from their Goswell Road, Whitecross and Tooting locations.
Fish Central: Nestled near Old Street, this seafood spot is dispatching fish and chips in addition to scallops, oysters and lobster salad.
Hobson's: Get your fish fix with goujons, pies and fish that come either grilled or battered. Just be sure to save room for Hobson’s deep-fried Mars Bar.
The Fryer's Delight: Saveloys, pies, chicken and traditional fish and chips are all on the menu from this Bayswater beauty.
Kerbisher & Malt: Holding the title of Esquire’s best contemporary fish and chip shop in Britain, Shepherd’s Bush’s Kerbisher & Malt delivers fresh, hand-prepared dishes daily.
The Royal Oak: The Royal Oak is cooking all sorts of British plates. Pick from steak and ale pies, sausage and mash and cod battered in Young’s beer. For dessert, it’s brownies and pancakes.
Seafresh: Check out Seafresh for tempura prawns and deep-fried whitebait before digging into an array of old-school chippy tea picks.
Micky's Fish and Chips: Located slap-bang between Paddington and Edgware stations, Micky's Fish and Chips has got all the classics. Choose between cod, plaice, whitebait and all the usual suspects.
Sussex Fish Bar: Delivering a wide selection of fish, as well as sausages, pies and burgers, this Paddington pick is making sure you don’t go hungry.
Poppies: Soho stalwart Poppies has got the goods when it comes to fish and chip deliveries in London. Dig into mackerel, pasties and fishcakes teamed with jellied eels and mushy peas.
FishWorks: Just because you can’t dine in, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy this Marylebone number from the comfort of your home. Think seared tuna and fritto misto alongside traditional dishes.
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