When people say ‘fish and chips is fish and chips’ they’re wrong. Lots of places serve our beloved national dish, but that doesn’t mean they get it right. The Golden Hind is one of London’s legendary chippies that does. Its cod or haddock is so long it overhangs the plate, the chips chunky crispy, and the mushy peas are mushy - as they should be - rather than crushed. A classic.
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First time in London? You’ve got a lot of ground to cover. Here’s our pick of the best London restaurants for lunch, dinner, and afternoon tea.
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Roganic in Marylebone is a ‘let me take a moment to explain the menu’ kind of place featuring foraged ingredients. That said, it’s really very good.
Dinings is a very cosy sushi counter and downstairs Japanese restaurant that just happens to have some of the best sushi in London.
Portland is a great restaurant in the vein of so many in London that focus on simple ingredients and offer a reasonably priced tasting menu.
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St. John Bread and Wine
St John Bread and Wine serves food from the legendary St. John in Farringdon, but in an informal canteen-style dining room near Spitalfields Market.
The Rail House Cafe
The Rail House cafe has drinks, dinner, and snacks in Victoria covered. It’s great for groups and they make a solid cocktail.
Parsons is a tiny seafood restaurant in Covent Garden. It’s a sanctuary from the crowds and serves some very nice fish based dishes too.
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