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The Fryer's Delight

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by Mike Whyte (subscribe)
Published May 10th 2011

If you're British you not only know what a chippie is, you have an ingrained understanding of the difference between a good one and a bad one. Fryer's Delight is a good one.

Located just off the radar of the main tourist places, while being within easy walking distance of the centre, this traditional fish n' chip shop offers the goods to the locals of the area, and those in the know. Nothing can beat the smell of a traditional chippie, and this place has attracted not just ordinary punters, but a few famous celebs along the way too.

Nice, greasy, no frills fast food is the order of the day hear, with decent portions meaning you'll be sustained until dinner if eaten in your lunch break, or better still as a treat on Friday to celebrate the end of the working week.

Whether it's your first time trying, and you're curious as to the taste of such delights as battered cod, pickled eggs and savaloy sausages, or indeed you know them and are salivating as you read the words - you can't get much better than this place, so take a stroll and hunt it down, you'll be rewarded with some of the finest fish n'chips in London. I'll have mine with mushy peas! (Don't know what this is? - go there, and find out!)
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Why? Possibly the best chippie in London
When: 12pm - 11pm Mon-Sat (takeaway available also)
Where: 19 Theobald's Road, Holborn
Cost: Cheap! On average fish and chips and trimmings less than 10 pounds.
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