Kerbisher & Malt aims to serve the best fish and chips in London, using carefully selected ingredients.
Chef and co-owner Saul Reuben trained at Leith's and previously worked at OXO Tower and Racine.
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Kerbisher & Malt
164 Shepherd's Bush RoadLondonW6 7PB
- +44 20 3556 0228
Friend tipped me off to this place. The quality and taste is tops. Be sure and get there before they run out of chips or your choice of fish. Im told other locations are open on monday this is not.more
Better late then never to getting around writing a Yelp review.... from Christmas 2015 in London.
Stayed nearby in West Kensington, hopped on a Boris city bicycle and explored the nearby area. Thanks to Yelp and TimeOut, I already had all the foodie spots mapped out for my regular visits to London!
Kerbisher & Malts is a top notch fish & chippy shop, clean interior design, and friendly staff...more
So we'll say about a 4...honestly, it clocks a 4 because their range of offerings were pretty amazing and creative. The fish was also really good. No need to say flaky and well prepared, I mean it's frying fish...honestly. But the chips were disappointing. See to date the only one that has pulled off the balance in all regards is FishClub in Clapham Common(they say Clapham Junction has one),...more
This is easily one of my favorite places in Hammersmith. This is a tiny fish and chip shop located on a busy street (what street isn't busy in London?) close to a great little park called Brook Green for you to be able to enjoy your food (hint, hint).
It's London, so don't expect it to be cheap if you are an American traveler. The exchange rate will kill you unless you are travelling on...more
Delicious! My friends and I were looking for a good fish n chips place (typical tourists that we are) and we came across Kerbisher and Malt on yelp! It's a really nice and simple ambiance.
You can choose from a variety of different fish and cook them in different ways. Cooking methods can be grilled or fried (in original breadcrumbs or matzo) and you'll get chips too! There are a few...more