Faulkner's

Restaurants

Fish and chip shop

Dalston

  • Mid-range
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  • Address:

    Faulkner's 424-426 Kingsland Road
    London
    E8 4AA

  • Venue phone:

    020 7254 6152

  • Opening hours:

    Lunch served noon-2.30pm Mon-Fri. Dinner served 5-10pm Mon-Thur; 4.30-10pm Fri. Meals served 11.30am-10pm Sat; noon-9pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Haggerston rail or bus 67, 149, 242

  • Price:

    Main courses £10-£18.90. Set meal £16.90 2 courses

  • Map

    1. Faulkner's
      • 424-426 Kingsland Road
        London
        E8 4AA
      • 020 7254 6152
      • 51.541434,-0.076397

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Shane Hughes

I used to love Faulkners but what has happened to it? Possibly new management? I dined in and my cod and chips was disappointing; overcooked, soggy fish and the chips were there usual wan selves. Mushy peas OK though! The vinegar had an odd, metallic flavour that suggested some cheap stuff had been bought in bulk; not good when my cod and chips with a jellied eel starter and a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc topped £38. Think twice about this place now.

get_real

The only good thing about Faulkners is that if you arrive just as they're closing up you'll be treated to some freebies with your oders, with any luck one of their admittedly pretty fine fish cakes - but that's any fish shop no? Fish is inconsistent, chips are awful, and the frier is forgetful, so orders take longer than they should when the smiley ladies working the take out counter remind him he hasn't fried the scampi you ordered 15 minutes before. Which leads to more freebies, often a cup of their radioactive looking mushy peas in a polystyrene cup. Yummo.

Sally G

A not so hidden gem in the middle of Dalston. Where else would you find Prime Halibut of the World alongside homemade fishcakes? No-where. And when you add the talents of the frying man, psychic Natasha and other matey (who work tirelessly and with great humour in the takeaway section) this that makes Faulkner a very special place.