Local favourite Geales is an old-fashioned fish and chip restaurant which has been frying up its simple, delicious seafood dishes for over 68 years. The subdued décor adds a hint of Notting Hill glamour to this otherwise straightforward restaurant, but it's the fish that everyone has come for. Specials come fresh from Devon and Cornwall, and there are plenty of favourites such as dressed crab, salmon and leek fishcakes and oysters straight from the bar.
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Venue Details & Map
2 Farmer Street
Notting HillLondonW8 7SN
- +44 (0)20 7727 7528
- Public transport:
- Notting Hill Gate, Underground
I find it difficult to write a review for a venue that I'm not that excited about, but I feel that it is my responsibility to inform others that are considering trying it out. Geales is one of those places.
Before coming here, I read all of the reviews on Yelp. The reviews are pretty mixed, and I wanted to discover for myself how many stars this place really deserves.
Geales first opened...more
The hotel concierge sent us here. They have a great crab appetizer. We had the cod fish and chips with house salad. The fish was very good and I loved the tartar sauce. We had the lemon torte with breakfast tea. It was pricey but a very good meal.more
The fish that day was Haddock. I determined I don't like Haddock.
The restaurant itself is quiet and intimate. I plan on giving it another chance.more
THE place for fish & chips in London! Now F&C has never been labelled as posh food, but when dished out in a smart restaurant with white table cloth, smartly dressed waiters and a reasonable wine menu, you can be forgiven for not knowing. And though the poorper would think £15 is stiff for battered fish, I'd argue that it's very reasonable compared to many other seafood places I've been to....more
Bad bad bad. Below average fish and chips. Greasy, soggy, and lacking flavor. Plus, they made us wait over an hour for it and were rude. Like it was somehow our fault they forgot to put in our order. Twice. Didn't even offer us a free drink to lay over while we waited for the food. And it wasn't like the place was busy.
Definitely not worth walking over a mile to get here like I did....more