160 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 6BG
A kebab after several beers is almost as British as fish and chips. The problem is they typically taste revolting, and their main appeal is they soak up the beer. This is pretty unfair on the Kebab, a food stuff loved and cherrished by millions.
Tas Firin is one of a handful of restaurants that are changing this. Sourcing only the best Lamb, and grilling it to a pink centered salty perfection over a charcoal grill, it's become a frm favourite.
But a word of warning; it's not a massive place and it's very popular, so don't be sad if you have to queue up, and if you're table is a little bit on the small side.
And finaly, eat the grilled onions. They're simply sublime.
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47 Endell Street, London, WC2H 9AJ
Telephone: 020 7836 3785
Not cheap for Fish and Chips, but still a pretty cheap eat for London.
Thisi place s great for all our visitors who want to find out what the fuss is all about and dip their toe into a little old school British fayre.
Giant bit's of freash, succulent fish fried in a crispy batter, served with the famouse British chip - fat, hearty and so good.
It's pretty popular with the trendy crowd of creative in covent garden. Go mid afternon n a sunny day and sit out on the street.