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Food is over priced. They have one guy who works there who’s not fully there. He will ask you to repeat yourself many times and he always has an ear piece in his ear. They done the shop up recently so therefore felt it was...More
We had a nice meal , you always get fresh salad and large portions , we had a kebab , and fish and chips .
Both really nice , and not that expensive for London .
Only one slight problem there are no customer toilets..
This is a very small, nice and clean local place with no waiters and just a few tables, but if you are looking for a great fish&chips this is the right place to go! There are few other options besides traditional fish&chips, like sausages or...More
Ladbroke Grove has it's fair share of fish and chip shops so you can afford to vote with your wallet.
Having only had chips from here over the years, and not very good ones at that, I decided to give this place another try.
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