When some people say ‘fish and chips is just fish and chips’ they are wrong. Lots of places serve England's beloved beige national dish, but that doesn’t mean they get it right. The Golden Hind is one of the few well-known London’s chippies that does. The cod or haddock is crisp, long, and takes up - as it should - at least 50% of your plate, while their chips are of good crunch-to-soft ratio. Also, importantly, these peas are mushy and not crushed. All in all, a classic.
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