The humble British chippy has had a bit of a makeover recently and among the best of this new generation of fish and chip restaurants in Oliver’s in London’s Belsize Park. Proudly cosy, seating just a few lucky guests, this bustling wee dining room is just packed with character reminiscent of mid-century British style, a time which could be considered the heyday of the fish supper. So you’ll find brick tiling, aluminum seating, and scrubbed wood tables alongside black and white flooring and the all important glass bottles of Heinz ketchup cosied up to salt and vinegar dispensers. Blending traditional fish and chips with Mediterranean seafood dishes, Oliver’s is dedicated to freshness and quality with ingredients very carefully sourced for every creation, from hearty main meals to the smaller snacks available throughout the day. Booking in advance is highly recommended to guarantee a spot in this charming restaurant growing in popularity every day.
Venue Details & Map
Oliver's Fish and Chips
95 Haverstock HillBelsize ParkLondonNW3 4RL
- Public transport:
- Chalk Farm, Underground
We ate here for the first time and it was so great! Everything was really good, the service was greatmore
Popped in this evening for a Sunday fix of fish and chips. The shop is quite small but there was adequate space for us to sit and the place seemed. Busy with a steady footfall of take away orders and people sitting in.
Service was very standard nothing more than taking the order and bringing the food. The shop itself is clean and tidy with a kind of traditional feeling about it.
Friendly staff and quick service, I normally go one tube further to Belsize Park and phone my order in when I come out if the station. A short walk down the hill and it's ready to pick up before walking home and sitting down to dinner. The fish is FRESH don't think I've had fresher from a fish and chip shop. The chips are good too, there's no fish sitting around except possibly for their cod...more
Food didn't really do it for me, but the owners and staff were all so friendly and helpful that I'd go back.
I think I'm a bad person to judge British style fish and chips, as I want it to be something it's not. My guess is if you grew up eating this type of food you'll think Oliver's is a mighty fine 'chippy'. I found the fish to be way to big, which causes a lot of moisture (water) to...more
I cycle past Oliver's every day. One day I decided to stop.
I had fish and chips (obviously but they do have other options). They have an eat in area and takeaway. They seemed to have more staff than customers in the shop at any one time but there was quite a lot of people coming in and taking away.
My fish and chips ordered I was told I had a 7 minute wait (ooh such an exact time, I...more