A unusual mobile fish and chips, food truck, run from a bright red London double decker bus. This day it was parked near the Southbank Centre alongside the River Thames. The perfect take-away on a snowy winter's day.
London is built on a hidden maze of brooks, streams and rivers. These gurgling waterways once fed the River Thames, powered water mills and provided fish for the table. London's Lost Rivers by Paul Talling.
The Grapes - Narrow Street's famous pub that Charles Dickens himself used to visit. It even featured in one of his novels, 'Our Mutual Friend'. Now owned by local Limehouse resident Sir Ian McKellan, it's a very cosy pub famous for its fish restaurant with great views over the River Thames.
Aldeburgh Famous Fish and Chip shop-Aldeburgh is a small seaside town on East Suffolk Coast notable for its Blue Flag shingle beach and fisherman huts with freshly caught fish and seafood for sale. Ate fish and chips on the beach here many times and the queue of people says it all!