When it comes to British food, Fish & Chips is the first thing that comes to mind. If you are in the UK, it is still necessary for you to taste the authentic fish and chips yourself, maybe you will fall in love with the British "national dish".

The depth of the British people's love for fish and chips is reflected in the existence of almost all British restaurant menus. Not only that, but the masters of fish and chips have also decided to compete.

Since 1988, The National Fish & Chip Awards have been the highest honor in the fish and chip industry! Since there are so many places to eat fish and chips, this article will recommend a few very popular fish and chips restaurants in London.

1. Fish Central

Fish Central is an old school in the fish and chips industry. The 40-year-old store is decorated in the same style as the fish and chips in the store, simple and clean. Using fresh fish, lightly marinated with their own spices, and wrapped in a thin layer of batter, you can eat the freshness of the fish itself. In addition, you can also ask the clerk about the catch of the day, and what is the unexpected catch in today's fishing. In addition to fish and chips, there are lobster oysters, grilled lobster salad, fish soup, and more.

Address: 149-155 Central Street, King Square, London EC1V 8AP

2. Golden Union Fish Bar

The Golden Union Fish Bar can be seen on every list of the best fish and chips in London. Their fish is delivered to the store early every morning, and the potatoes are first class from the East of England, never using frozen chips. The key is to change the oil for fish and chips 8 times a week! In this way, the fish coated with the exclusive batter and fried can be crispy and not greasy, and the fried chips are equally crispy.

Address: 38 Poland Street, London W1F 7LY

3. Poppie’s Fish and Chips

This fish and chips restaurant and takeaway was the winner of the 2014 Fish and Chips Awards. Although Poppie's is famous for its fish and chips, it's not just fish and chips, but you can also try other seafood and desserts. Not only the food is loved by the general public, but the unique design of the store is also the shining point of Poppie’s. There is a humorous tone in the classics, and every corner of the store has something special. Poppie's has three locations in London, located in Soho, Spitalfields, and Camden Town, where Poppie's Camden often hosts live shows, food festivals, special offers, and a variety of fish-related events.

Address: 55-59 Old Compton Street, Soho, London W1D 6HW

6-8 Hanbury Street, London E1 6QR

30 Hawley Crescent, London NW1 8NP

4. Rock & Sole Plaice

Rock & Sole Plaice is London's oldest fish and chip shop, established in 1871 in Covent Garden. Its "super age" and location attract many London locals and domestic and foreign tourists, and its reputation is well-deserved, especially for its food and service. In addition, the design of the store is classical, elegant and interesting, and the design of the official website is also very attentive. Coupled with the top food quality and friendly service attitude, it can be said that it is a perfect fish and chips shop. Although it is a bit pricey, it is definitely worth it!

Address: 47 Endell Street, London WC2H 9AJ

5. Sutton & Sons

This is a fish and chip shop in north London for over 20 years, Sutton & Sons are not just a restaurant, they have their own fish shop. Every day freshly caught fish from the sea is delivered to the store, and there are more than 50 kinds of seafood.

Because the fish is very fresh, the fried fish is not greasy at all, and you can still taste the freshness of the fish. In addition to fish and chips, it also has grilled fish, oysters, scallops, tempura, crab, shrimp, salad, etc., a seafood feast!

Address: 356 Essex Road, London N1 3PD

90 Stoke Newington High Street, London N16 7NY

218 Graham Road, London E8 1BP

6. Toff’s

Toff's is an old shop established in 1968 and has been named "the most popular fish and chips shop in London" by Timeout for three consecutive years. With wooden tables and chairs and old photos hanging on the walls, the store is crowded with repeat customers and new diners who have come here for several years. The fish supplier used in the restaurant is a member of Marine Sustainable Seafood, ensuring that customers can eat delicious and healthy fish.

Every fish in the store is personally knifed by an experienced chef. Professional knife workers can easily peel off the fish and see the tender and delicate food inside. In total, there are more than ten kinds of fish to choose from. In addition, there are fish cakes, salads, vegetable seafood soups, dozens of drinks and more.

Address: 38 Muswell Hill Broadway, London N10 3RT