Window seats at Mayfair Chippy

Mayfair Chippy, London

Mayfair Chippy a high quality British fish & chip restaurant in central London – they serve other traditional dishes too such as Shepherds pie and Steak & Kidney pudding. This little restaurant boasts 1 AA Rosette, and it appears in the Michelin Guide 2016, and opens 7 days a week lunch and dinner.

We researched where to go before we found this place, close to the office and it allows my tastecard, my offer was two for one and I had to call to book to use my card.

Mayfair Chippy

A compact and cosy restaurant with a good use of space – quirky patterned tiled table tops, high stools, with a light and contemporary backdrop. It was already busy when we arrived, but we didn’t have to wait long until we got served – we sat by the entrance – I’m glad they had a wall between the entrance and the table because it wasn’t a pleasant evening in rainy London.

To drink we decided to have some craft beers which would go with our dishes – I chose the London Stout beer a strong mocha coffee taste, a velvety mouthfeel with an aftertaste of marmite I thought, this was too strong for Isabel and she opted for the Fuller’s London Pride, Chiswick, London – it was a lot lighter and tasted like a biscuity malt with a light and floral bitter aftertaste.

For my starter I ordered the Doreen’s black pudding fritters – Apple sauce & crackling salt – tasty with a crispy outer layer, I would have easily eaten more.

Isabel chose their Heritage beetroot salad – Yellisons Goats cheese, truffle honey, walnuts (she has a real obsession with beetroot!) the taste was a balance of sweet and sharp flavours, it worked well as a dish as it was rather refreshing if I do say so myself!

There were 2 prices beside the fish & chips options, one was the price for the fish only and the other was fish & chips. Isabel ordered the Plaice with chips and I chose their cod & chips. When the food arrived it was pipping hot – the fish was delicious, coated in a thin layer of batter, and the juice oozed out from the cod which broke away easily, the cod was tender and melted in my mouth. The chips were crispy, chunky and fluffy just- how they should be – delicious.

By the time we finished our mains we were stuffed, I had to ask for my chips to be packed away but Isabel was keen on having dessert – I said I’d eat dessert if we shared; which we did and ordered the Ice-creams & sorbets, 3 scoops; their choices were vanilla, strawberry and salted caramel. She chose 2 vanilla scoops and 1 strawberry scoop – deliciously creamy and a realistic strawberry flavour.

It came to £39.00 for 2 people with my tastecard discount. It wasn’t cheap but the service was on point and the food was superb, its a place you wouldn’t mind parting ways with your money. I recommend this chippy, the food is delicious and I strongly recommend booking as the restaurant is small and was busy when we arrived at 6.30pm on a Monday evening.

Mayfair Chippy opens from Monday to Friday 12pm to 10pm, Saturday to Sunday from 11am to 10pm.

7 thoughts on “Mayfair Chippy, London

  1. It does sound lovely there. I love the way the food was presented. The salad looks delicious and something I would love to try myself.

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  2. Everybody needs a good Chippy, and the fact that this one is in Mayfair is even better! The fish and chips look absolutely gorgeous – I miss living in the UK, you never find the real deal when it comes to a classic fish n chips overseas 😦 Shall be adding this to my list for when I visit this summer!

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  3. Ohh that’s good to know you can use a taste card there as I have one so I need to check this place out as I’ve not had good fish and chips in ages x

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  4. Wince I think £39 for 2 is pretty sweet since you had the taste card, you know how much it used to cost us in Oxford, this is nothing lol, but the food does look absolutely yummy.

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