56 Restaurants in London: Fish

Fish restaurant London: landlocked but lovely

London once held the world’s largest fish market. It might be surprising, being landlocked, but the Thames provided a major thoroughfare for North Sea and Atlantic trade, making east London’s Billingsgate Fish Market a hub for seafood. Nowadays, the fish restaurants London has to offer head to the modern fish and seafood market located close to Canary Wharf on the Isle of Dogs. Fish arrives fresh there daily, supplying London fish restaurants with fresh seafood from ports as distant as Aberdeen and Cornwall. It might be a long haul but it’s a good catch, and it means you can find some of the world’s best fish restaurants in London.

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Fancy Crab

Marylebone
Fish££££
5.0/6316
Fancy Crab

North Sea Fish Restaurant

Bloomsbury
Fish££££
5.5/6121
North Sea Fish Restaurant

Black Cod & Wagyu

Soho
Steak££££
5.0/693
Black Cod & Wagyu
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Fish Central

Clerkenwell
Fish££££
5.5/621
Fish Central

Sea Salt

Beckenham
Fish££££
5.6/6199
Sea Salt

Applebee's Fish

Southwark
Fish££££
5.6/65
Applebee's Fish

Fishworks - Swallow Street

Mayfair
Fish££££
5.4/610
Fishworks - Swallow Street

Fishworks - Marylebone

Marylebone
Fish££££
5.0/613
Fishworks - Marylebone

Happy Days

Whitechapel
Fish££££
5.3/66
Happy Days

Chamberlain's of London

City of London
Fish££££
4.5/62
Chamberlain's of London

Stringfellows Restaurant & Gentleman's Club

Covent Garden
Contemporary££££
4.3/64
Stringfellows Restaurant & Gentleman's Club

Big Catch - Beckenham

Beckenham
British££££
5.0/64
Big Catch - Beckenham

Kennedy's Goswell Road

Clerkenwell
Fish££££
4.7/63
Kennedy's Goswell Road

Fish x Chips Chiswick

Acton
Fish££££
6.0/64
Fish x Chips Chiswick

Kennedy's Whitecross Street

Old Street
British££££
Kennedy's Whitecross Street

Two Brothers

West Finchley
Fish££££
4.0/63
Two Brothers

Chip Shop BXTN

Brixton
Fish££££
3.3/63
Chip Shop BXTN

Mussel Men

Dalston
Fish££££
5.2/6125
Mussel Men

Hook Camden Town

Camden Town
Fish££££
5.2/6100
Hook Camden Town

Smiths of Wapping

Wapping
Fish££££
5.5/669
Smiths of Wapping
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    Fish restaurants in London: freshest bets

    Interested in numerous, quality fish restaurants London has on offer? Navigate to Canary Wharf, the epicentre of London’s fish trade for a traditional ale with a plate of fish and chips, fresh as a bunch of daisies. For an example of the best fish restaurants in London, head to Wapping, a stone’s throw from the Tower Bridge, to feast on seafood in the lap of luxury. East London’s Dalston and Shoreditch have traditional pickled fish places in abundance if you’re looking less for fish restaurants in London but for fish as close to raw as you’ll find outside Japan. Not for the queasy hearted. Just don’t look them in the eyes.
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    London fish restaurants: an ocean’s bounty

    The fish restaurants London has on offer serve up every conceivable type of fish and seafood. Fresh fish and shellfish, that is – the British don’t go for eating sea mammals like some other cultures do. There are some distinctly British ways of serving seafood though. Any London pub worth its salt and pepper will have the classic fish and chips on its menu, while the best fish restaurants in London will serve you premium fillets of fresh fish presented as haute or nouvelle cuisine. Traditional British Pickled fish can be had, though not usually in London fish restaurants – it’s more of a traditional east London street food.
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    Fish restaurant London: shooting fish in a barrel

    The sheer abundance of fish restaurants London possesses is a bewildering affair, encouraging you to default to fish and chips down the local pub. That’s absolutely fine, but there's a world awaiting you when it comes to the best fish restaurants in London. Head to Quandoo and select London as your search area. You can then select fish in the cuisine selector or enter fish into the search bar. From there, be sure to make sure you narrow down the results by price as the best fish restaurants in London can be expensive, if you’re on a budget. Then, select your district to find a London fish restaurant convenient to you.