Fish and chips are unmistakably Britain's national dish, and tourists often flock to get their taste of the best chippies we have to offer.
Whether you're a fish and chips expert, or have never tried it before, there's always time to tuck into the nation's favourite takeaway... And there's no time like National Fish and Chips day, which falls on Friday June 3 this year.
Here are the best chippies in west London to grab a portion of delicious fish and chips.
Good old-fashioned fish and chip shop with brilliant quality food and a hilarious name to go with it!
Check out our review of the restaurant if you need any more convincing.
The Codfather, 81 Oldfield Circus, Northolt, UB5 4RU - 020 8423 9240
Micky's Fish Bar
Great traditional fish and chips within walking distance of Paddington station. Perfect to refuel before a train journey!
A reviewer for TripAdvisor said: "This place is like a little hidden gem.... I was pleasantly surprised to find this place just along from my hotel. The fish was huge and the meal was amazing, really quick service and cannot fault at all."
Micky's Fish Bar, 29 Norfolk Place, Paddington, W2 1QH - 020 7723 2384
Kerbisher & Malt
With two west London branches of this restaurant, Kerbisher & Malt is one to try out for upmarket fish and chips, especially if onion rings are your favourite.
A CCTV screen means guests can watch their meals being cooked right before their very eyes!
Hammersmith: 164 Shepherds Bush Road, Hammersmith, W6 7PB - 020 3556 0228
Ealing: 53 New Broadway, Ealing, W5 5AH - 020 8840 4418
Golden Union Fish Bar
This retro-style fish bar serves only sustainable Scottish fish, and has a traditional chippy feel. Worth remembering for a refuelling pit-stop while on a shopping trip on Oxford Street!
Golden Union Fish Bar, 38 Poland Street, Soho, W1F 7LY - 020 7434 1933
Hailed as the best fish and chips in London by many reviewers, Fisher's in Fulham is definitely worth a visit for any chippy fanatic.
A reviewer for an independent website said: "This place is small and cosy... There's rock on the menu, which is rare to see away from very good seaside chippies."
Fisher's, 19 Fulham High Street, Parson's Green, SW6 3JH - 020 7371 5555
This up-market fresh seafood restaurant in the heart of London is the best place to get crab, mussels or a traditional haddock and chunky chips outside of the ocean!
Go here if you fancy the traditional British meal with a posh twist on a special occasion.
Bonnie Gull, 21A Foley Street, Fitzrovia, W1W 6DS - 020 7436 0921
The Fish House of Notting Hill
A small, cosy restaurant serving all the traditional fish and chip shop fare you'd find at a seaside town.
An independent reviewer said: "I heard it is in the top three in London and judging by my meal I can see why!"
The Fish House of Notting Hill, 29 Pembridge Road, Notting Hill, W11 3HG - 020 7229 2626
Baileys Fish and Chips
Head to Baileys Fish and Chips if you fancy seafood of any kind, a burger or any of the plentiful vegetarian options.
A reviewer for an independent website said: "First of all I must say that the size was huuuge and everything was very tasty... We felt very comfortable and there was this great smell that makes you want to taste everything even more.
"I guess it would be fair to say that it was the best fish and chips in my life."
Baileys Fish and Chips, 115 Dawes Road, Fulham, SW6 7DU - 020 7385 2021
This classy venue in Notting Hill sells upmarket, sustainable fish dishes, including everyone's favourite: Beer battered fish and chips.
A reviewer for TripAdvisor said: "Four of us dined here recently. The food and service was excellent. Two of us had sea bream. I had an elegant seafood cake with creamed spinach. It was out of this world. Go. You'll be glad you did."
Geales, 2 Farmer Street, Notting Hill, W8 7SN - 020 7727 7528
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