Try out this new Soho chippy and get 50% off your food bill
The fish and chips restaurant with the great name used to be on the market at Berwick Street. Now they're coming back to Soho for good.
The latest section of the London food scene to chase the vegan pound is the chippy. And Stoke Newington's Sutton & Sons are first out of the gate. They're launching a new vegan menu with vegan ‘fish’ & chips.
They did some noodling around with ideas during Veganuary apparently and came up with the idea of using banana blossom which they say is "remarkably like the real thing due to a marinating process in seaweed to give the fresh seafood
Forget your greasy local frier - Clerkenwell’s new fish and chip restaurant United Chip’s all about the millennial pink, Bangkok prawn burgers and complimentary aioli.
We check out a new addition to Finsbury Park, where pretty special things are happening under the guise of a Fish and Chip shop...
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What: Trawler Trash
In a nutshell: A new fish restaurant for Islington
Summing it all up: Expect a sustainable, weekly changing seafood menu. And there's a cocktail bar at the back too.
Two fish and chip stories in as many days? Who'd have thought the chippy would be a 2016 trend for London? Following hard on the heels of yesterday's story about new Notting Hill opening The Chipping Forecast comes news that Poppie's Fish and Chips is opening in Soho. They'll be taking over where The House of Ho was and which used to be the old 2i’s
Fish and chips aren't just for Fridays. Stoke Newington based chippy Sutton & Sons is proving such a success (also opening in Boxpark in Shoreditch) they're opening a new site in Islington's Essex Road. It's an street that's not blessed with great places to eat and owners Danny and Hana Sutton are confident they'll soon become a local favourite.
The menu - based around freshly caught, hand picked fish from
Updated 5/9/15 with extended opening details
Kensington Place has recently had a bit of a refurb and now they're adding something new - a pop up chippy. The food, as befits its location, is certainly more upmarket than most fish and chip shops.
For instance, on the menu will be: