Marylebone’s much-fêted fish & chip shop has settled into its sideways extension, allowing more punters to enjoy its famous frying. The add-on echoes the original room’s plain interiors (think tiled floors & wood panelling) & the advice remains the same throughout: if you want to enjoy the main event to the full, swerve the calamari & king prawn starters & refuse the jam sponge with custard for afters. Cod, haddock, halibut, plaice & rock salmon – plus homemade fishcakes – are all on offer; the beautifully golden batter has been known to discharge rather too much oil, but the accompanying chips & peas are impeccable. Ever-present crowds generally obscure views of the famous vintage fryer, & queues often stretch out of the door. Service is brisk, & there’s a BYO policy for those eating in.
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