The Catch - London

293 Chiswick High Road Chiswick , London, W4 4HH

1 reviews

British Chiswick

The Catch - London says

Is there any Briton out there who doesn’t love fish and chips? We’d bank on any straying nay-sayers being converted by Chiswick restaurant The Catch. Opened in 2006 on the dining room-heavy Chiswick High Road, The Catch is a traditional fish and chip shop with a contemporary twist. All off white walls and stripped back wooden floors, bistro furnishings and pavement seating, The Catch has the look and feel of a modern brasserie, a fitting setting for the signature updated fried favourites. Committed to using only 100% fresh ingredients, The Catch’s menu mixes traditional chip shop fayre with a more creative selection, as well as gourmet burgers and health conscious salads. An unusual addition to the dining experience here at The Catch is a bar, serving not only beers and spirits but a well rounded wine list including quality reds, whites and roses – an indication that The Catch is so much more than simply a local chippy.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Chiswick Park Tube Station 74m

Chiswick Park Station 208m


Address: 293 Chiswick High Road Chiswick , London W4 4HH

Area: Chiswick

Nearby Landmarks

Tabard Theatre 997m

M4 Junction 1 1km


Telephone: 020 8747 9358


Cuisine: British


Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 7.0

Atmosphere: 7.0

Value: 7.0

Food & Drink: 2.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 3.0

James C. gold reviewer 22 March 2014

whenever I go in here its empty.but service is friendly.the home made fish cakes are what they say & a speciality.but end of the afternoon it winds down with almost nothing in the fry display cabinets. funny place.the odd stray office worker or builder.but open long hours.usually quiet by day.