A fish specialist in a glass pavilion overlooking Southwark Cathedral and Borough Market. It's been going since 1999, so it must be doing something right.
The menu goes from beer-battered fish and chips, grilled/steamed sardines, mackerel, tuna steak, swordfish and sea bream to Thai fish cakes with sweet chilli sauce, smoked haddock rarebit, moules mariniere and grilled lobster with chips and garlic butter. Seafood not your thing? There's bruschetta (without anchovies), chicken liver parfait, steaks and a veggie dish of the day, too.
A couple of cocktails are available, alongside a wine list with an understandable focus on whites.
Our central location in Borough Market means that London’s best produce is right on our doorstep. We source most of our produce from Borough Market and Bermondsey, and our fish is delivered daily from our very own fishmonger, Jarvis. Our menu ranges from traditional fish and chips and whole grilled lobster, to seared tuna or ceviche – with every fish you can think of in between! Look out for our weekly set menu, extensive gin list and brunch, too.
With 360-degree views of the market, Southwark Cathedral and The Shard, enjoy lunch or dinner on our comfy banquette and soak up the atmosphere of our beautiful open kitchen.
If you want to be in the thick of the action, our dining counter is the perfect spot for a quick bite or Champagne and oysters with friends. Watch the chefs at work at our beautiful marble and mirrored bar. Our heated terrace is open all year round too and is available for private hire.
If you need a fish fix on the run, you can grab your fish and chips next door at fish! Kitchen take-out. Beer battered fish is our speciality along with a choice of other chip shop favourites and daily specials, perfect for walking along the River Thames on South Bank.
|Cross street:||Borough Market|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 11.30am-11pm; Fri 11am-11pm; Sat 10am-11pm; Sun 10am-10.30pm|
|Transport:||Tube: London Bridge tube/rail|
|Price:||Main courses £9.95-£26.95.|
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Average User Rating
3.6 / 5
- 5 star:8
- 4 star:5
- 3 star:0
- 2 star:2
- 1 star:4
Just been refurbished and we were lucky to get in on the opening night. Service was excellent. The food was good. The seafood salad was especially good. The atmosphere was also good.
lovely fresh fish in a modern setting, perfect for escaping the borough market hustle and bustle yet still feeling amongst it
Great location, great ambience, great service, great food, great wine and THE best sticky toffee pudding that you'll ever eat (in my opinion) !
Heard good things about fish! from friends that live in the area, they mentioned it has had a refurb recently so we thought we'd try it out as we were looking for a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of Borough market. It was busy on a Saturday afternoon but the staff were very helpful and found us a table after a few minutes as we didn't have a booking. Food was very good, all of the fish we ordered was very fresh and we couldn't fault it. The Turbot and wild mushroom special that I had was superb and the fish and chips looked equally good. Service was also very good, swift without feeling rushed, just what we needed for a casual lunch. Would highly recommend when in the area.
Lovely meal, enjoyed the atmosphere and the quality of the food. Go if you expect a restaurant, avoid if you want a "chippy".
Very very very poor. I'm a Londoner on a London fish and chip experience, trying to find the best London fish and chip shops, and this restaurant was such a disappointment it's an embarrassment to our city. It is clearly trading off its fantastic location - most of its custom has to be through tourism as I cannot ever imagine a local choosing to return to dine here considering such disgraceful prices and poor quality of food. There should be a special London tourist board office instructed to check on these kinds of places as this restaurant is clearly set up, in such a wonderfully historic and popular part of London, to shamelessly fleece one-time tourist visitors. Disgraceful and outrageous; it makes me so angry as a proud Londoner. I cannot stress enough how much of a rip-off this place is - how on earth can they charge more to eat-in for fish and chips than The Ivy (where I often dine - I have no issue whatsoever paying high prices for GOOD food). They are charging more for standard fish and chips than one of London's most famous restaurants yet have the audacity to then serve up a plate so pathetic my local chippie would be embarrassed to produce (and he charges just £5 for his fish & chip lunchtime and OAP special) Avoid like the plague and please spread the word.
went yesterday, food really nice but the prices are well steep, drink menu a complete and utter rip off, Loch Fyne far better value
Ok service, ok food, hence pretty poor value for money. Given its location and the fresh fish ths could be a great restaurant but it is decidedly average at best
Terrible service, been twice and dreadful, slow, inattentive service each time. We complained to the manager at the end when we refused to pay the incredibly cheeky 12.5% service charge and he just shrugged his shoulders and barely even apologised. Aside from the bad service the food is below average, bland and uninspiring. Restaurants around in borough market charge the same prices for great food. Don't go there, it's a total waste of money and incredibly annoying experience.
Well lots of good news in advance, but to be honest food ok, service dreadful, forgot to tell us some of the things on the menu were out of stock, then forgot to note down all the main courses hence everyone else got served & 10 mins later finally admitted forgot to write it down so hence had to have a quick option as everyone else on with the meal. Unfortunately restaurant manager not interested. 12.5% service charge - hmm well!! I have eaten in many top restaurants, but never so badly organised.