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The Codfather Fish and Chips

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by David Hatton (subscribe)
I'm a blogger and writer living on the Chiswick-Acton border. Visit my wrestling blog at blowbyblowwrestling.blogspot.co.uk/
Published August 22nd 2012
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If you like fish and chips and you live in London you're spoilt for choice when it comes to places to eat. Walk down any high street and there's a good chance you're going to pass a chippy. But quantity is not the same as quality. There are some pretty abysmal places out there and if you want to try a fish and chip shop that's not your local you can often be taking a gamble.

Happily this isn't the case with The Codfather at Turnham Green.

It's a clean, nicely decorated little shop that themes itself (albeit mildly) around its pun of a name. There are several pictures and stills from classic film The Godfather hanging on the walls of the eatery. Step outside to look above the door and you'll notice it is the same font used for the film's poster. It's all far from overbearing but they're nice touches, especially for fans.



The food is very well priced and the portions are generous. As is customary with modern fish and chip outlets there's more than just fish on offer: sausages, pies, burgers and onion rings are all on the menu too.

If you live in the area and you fancy a treat one evening head down to The Codfather. If you don't live nearby? Make a trip out of it and eat sitting on a bench on the green opposite. You won't be disappointed.
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Why? Well priced and excellent quality from a clean restaurant.
Where: Turnham Green
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