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The Fryer’s Delight is the Fish and Chips shop of choice of London cab drivers, which is how you know it’s good. The no-frills eatery serves it up old-school: chunky battered fillets alongside fat fries, both cooked in beef drippings. Keep in mind that you’ll have to specify that you want your meal fried in the fat, or else they’ll just prepare it with vegetable oil.
This parked van in Hirafu elevates the English favorite fish and chips using Hokkaido’s outstanding produce. Born out of British owner Matt Stormont’s hankering for food from his birthland, Flying Fish offers the day’s catch delivered daily from the seaside town of Yoichi. Watch as each fillet is battered in English Bass Pale Ale and rice flour. The thick chips are made from Kutchan’s superb potatoes, golden outside and velvety soft inside. In true English fashion, your order is handed in a nifty newspaper package.
Poppie’s retro vibe transcends its 1950s-style interiors to its nostalgic menu, which includes Jellied Eels, a traditional London dish. Revel at the assortment of English memorabilia as you dig into the restaurant’s Fish and Chips—flaky cod or haddock coated in a thick and crispy batter, paired with soft, well-seasoned fries.