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9 expert recommendations
One of London’s classic fish-and-chip cafés, Geales has evolved into a chic, upscale fish restaurant to match its wealthy neighborhood.
Despite the tempting mains of lobster tagliatelle or even sirloin steak, the main point here is fish in batter, cod, sole or haddock, though of a first-rate kind and freshly caught off Cornwall. Full review →
It's good... Very good. For Chelsea. Full review →
The quiet location, tucked away on the corner of Hillgate Village, is appetising, and the succulent fish in crispy batter is a fine catch from the menu. Full review →
The place is charmingly decorated, cosy and warmly run and the menu successfully mixes the classics with the more modern, so there's fried haddock along with soft shell crab tempura.
Feels ever-so-slightly like a front to appease visiting Americans. Full review →
Someone had been at the salt cellar the night we dined at Geales – both battered pollock and fish pie had us gulping down water. Full review →
Originally opened in 1939, Geales is a traditional fish and chips restaurant (affectionately known as a “fish and chippy”) that uses ingredients from sustainable sources within the UK. Full review →
"Serious about fish 'n' chips, 'n' good at it too" affirm champions of these "poshed-up" chippies in Notting Hill (since 1939) and Chelsea (2010). Full review →