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messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by tiddles 12 December, 2019 21:34

I love Emily’s!!

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by natty01295 12 December, 2019 23:02

Its a Treat And NOT a regular thing

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by devinsgirl January 24, 04:41PM

Prices taking a big piss at Olly's indeed! Sea Master is one of our favs as well. Just can't go wrong with those guys.

Good cooked fish & crispy chips is my you can also say - comfort food.

Cafcax Wrote:
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> Love an Olly's but I agree with an earlier poster:
> prices taking the piss!
>
> Ken's good too but we've become big fans of Sea
> Master near the Rye for the crispy chips & freshly
> cooked fish. Worth a go.

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by Willard January 27, 04:32PM

Rosie's Fish Bar, East Dulwich Road.

Good take away, but you can also eat in at the back which means the batter is super crispy and the chips lovely and hot. Also a BYO, so bring a nice white!

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by seenbeen January 27, 08:24PM

Seabag Wrote:
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> Or completely way way out of town, but if you’re
> in the area well worth a detour.
>
> The Beer Fish & Chip Shop
> Fore St, Beer, Seaton EX12 3JQ
>
> [goo.gl]

Stayed there a few times- there is quite a queue on a Friday night...a bit nearer is Jack's in Bagshot...free coffee refills if you eat in

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by vanihe January 29, 10:44AM

I like white fish. To garnish well-cooked vegetables or rice

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by Soylent Green February 04, 11:29AM

The Herne Hill Fish Bar gets our vote. Fabulous fresh fish.

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by WelshRich February 06, 08:35AM

I can't comment on their fish, but the chippy on North Cross Road passes this northern boys high demands. I can't advise anyone to try curry sauce south of the Watford Gap, but I do dabble occasionally and can't complain

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by fishbiscuits February 06, 11:20AM

WelshRich Wrote:
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> I can't advise anyone to try curry sauce south of the Watford Gap

It all comes from a generic wholesale-sized packet of dried curry sauce mix... maybe northerners know how to stir it in with hot water a bit better than us southerners do?!

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by paulipedia February 06, 02:29PM

Brockley Rock for your standard Friday night affair, The Crystal Palace Market if you want to go posh, one of the best I've ever had

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by natty01295 March 08, 10:09PM

Fish and Chips is Expensive its Not a regular thing to do on fridays ????
Anyway,
Chicken and chips is cheap

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by Sally Eva March 09, 05:09PM

What's the best sit-down fish and chippie? For a Saturday night treat, Natty

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by natty01295 March 10, 12:12AM

Wetherspoons has great Fish and chips

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by sweetgirl September 13, 06:54PM

any recent updates to this?

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by Dogkennelhillbilly September 14, 09:27AM

I don't know if anyone has mentioned it before but Fladda in Camberwell is really, really good.
FLADDA Fish & Chips
55 Camberwell Church St, Camberwell, London SE5 8TR
020 8127 6297
[maps.app.goo.gl]

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by rahrahrah September 14, 02:48PM

devinsgirl Wrote:
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> Prices taking a big piss at Olly's indeed! Sea
> Master is one of our favs as well. Just can't go
> wrong with those guys.
>
> Good cooked fish & crispy chips is my you can also
> say - comfort food.
>
> Cafcax Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Love an Olly's but I agree with an earlier
> poster:
> > prices taking the piss!
> >
> > Ken's good too but we've become big fans of Sea
> > Master near the Rye for the crispy chips &
> freshly
> > cooked fish. Worth a go.

Another vote for Sea Master

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by toffeese15 September 14, 03:14PM

Slightly further afield, the place on Vestry Road was recently reopened under new owners. I've been there a few times and have really enjoyed it. Everything cooked to order. Only minor complaint is they leave the skin on the fish. I've tried most of the places mentioned on this thread and this is as good as any of them.

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by speedbird773 September 14, 04:22PM

If ya want to experience quality fish and chips I would recommend Kens in Dulwich Village or Fladda in Camberwell but to be honest I think for me Fladda just tops it.

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by redpost September 14, 06:52PM

Kens has my vote and he put curry sauce on the menu about a year ago. When I first came to london 30y ago, curry sauce in a chippy was extremely rare.

Sainsburys do jars of 'chinese style curry sauce' which is very good if you don't fancy paying £1.50 a portion.

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by SebsC September 14, 11:22PM

Ken’s all the way for us - looked for ages to find a decent one and now we won’t go anywhere else!

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by Pugwash September 15, 06:16PM

Had fantastic fish, chips and peas at the Bread of Life café at Christ Church Barry Road, last week. £7.90 to eat in, but they also do takeaway. Café currently open 10 - 3 pm Monday - Fridays.

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by natty01295 September 17, 12:07AM

ICELAND frozen foods
Get your frozen fish there and frozen chips

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by Shrieker September 17, 10:56AM

natty01295 Wrote:
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> ICELAND frozen foods
> Get your frozen fish there and frozen chips


Agreed- why pay £12 a portion like the horrifically overpriced Olley's in Herne Hill, where you can have it from Iceland for about £3, and its just as good.

messageRe: Fish and chips
Posted by MrsR September 17, 02:39PM

It's really not the same at all.

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