The simple menu at this Notting Hill restaurant (opened October 2012) takes you through classics including fish cakes, scampi and, of course, cod and chips (£11.90). Our cod and ‘rock eel’ were crisp-battered and succulent, served with golden-hued fat chips and tartare sauce; the mushy peas were a slightly lurid green, but tasted no worse for it. The small dining areas are clean and attractive, the service welcoming. The Fish House is not related to Fish House in Victoria Park, east London.
Note: We're open as a cafe Monday-Friday daytime, with a street food menu - and Thursday - Saturday evenings for restaurant service. We don't take reservations for daytimes - so just walk on in! We’re the UK’s first kitchen incubator, helping London’s most promising and original food entrepreneurs to get started. In partnership with top British designer Tom Dixon, our restaurant takes over the intimate space downstairs from The Dock Kitchen - looking right over the dock waters. The focus is affordable, informal concepts from world over - a short street food menu, served up on small plates, alongside our natural wine list picked by Tutto. This month's residency: Kushi's Japanese Tacos: umami-filled crispy gyoza shells, with yuzu kosho grilled chicken, red miso ox cheek, and seasonal greens.