Experience traditional fish and chips at this eclectic City venue. Sample handcut chips and sustainable fish in beer batter, opt for shellfish from the raw bar, or order a main courses such as monkfish vindaloo - created by chefs trained in some of London's top restaurants. The vibe is very much traditional British fish shop, with its wood panelling and glazed tiles.
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Vintage Salt - Liverpool St
69 Broad StreetLondonGreater LondonEC2M 1QS
My husband and I came here for fish and chips on a trip to London recently, and our meals were fantastic! Great atmosphere, very warm and inviting. It was pretty tough to find, but we thought it was well worth it. We had wanted to try the original Fish and Chip shop previously, but we were certainly not disappointed with this.more
Outstanding fish and chips, but surprisingly it is the lettuce and blue cheese salad that I can't stop thinking about!more
Cozy little place with great service. I loved how they offered £5 appetizers that you could combine. Not too hungry so I combined the scallop with the beet salad, both of which were delicious. I also sampled some of the fish and fudge. Yummy.more
I enjoyed this smallish restaurant around the corner from Liverpool street station. I had the basic fish and chips at the bar.
The Salad with Blue Cheese was a standout. I cannot wait go back and try some more.more
This place is good. But it's more pricey than good. Not sure if that's just his place or fish and chips in general though...
Let me say now, I have worked in two chippies up north. This is where I'm coming from. Not sure if that's good or bad. You device.
The fish was spot on. Good size (for £10 you would hope so) and nice. The chips were good but for £3 you might want more. Then again I...more