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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Venue Details & Map
Kerbisher & Malt
164 Shepherd's Bush RoadLondonW6 7PB
- +44 (0)20 3556 0228
- Public transport:
- Goldhawk Road, Underground
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
The battered fish were all yummy but there were some better than others. I preferred the cod and the coley over the haddock and the pollock. The chips were pretty good too. As for the calamari, it tasted pretty good but it would've be better if it was more crispy. As for the cole slaw, I didn't really like it since it seems a bit under seasoned. As for the sauces, the sweet chili was amazing....more
SO SO GOOD! I have driven by this place so many times and always think, I really need to try this out and am so glad I finally did. Kerbisher & Malt is a small chippy right between Shepherds Bush and Hammersmith. The interior is really nice, subway tiles down the walls, bright and very clean. I had the small fish and chips special. A small portion of coley, chips and a sauce for a fiver. First...more
Is so so
And this place used to be better uses to be Way way better my old rating use gk be 4 starsmore
Well, I've been living in London for just short of four years and decided it was time to try fish and chips. Truth be told, I've never thought of myself as a fish and chips type of chick which is why it's taken me so long to try this beloved dish.
For me, the meal was just too much fried food which was completely expected since I was eating fried fish and chips (and onion rings). None of it...more