The Golden Hind in Marylebone, London, W1U

Known as one of London’s most fashionable areas, Marylebone is home to some of the capital’s best restaurants and cafes – providing a stylish setting in which to experience traditional cuisines from around the world. 

One of Marylebone’s most popular and best known restaurants is The Golden Hind  - a traditional fish and chip shop that recently celebrated 100 years of providing delicious fish suppers.  Serving up delicious portions of one of Britain’s favourite dishes, its not surprising they’ve reached this milestone. 

The Golden Hind is one of the area’s busiest restaurants, with workmen sitting alongside suited office workers to enjoy their lunchtime fix of this popular dish. Renowned for its generous servings of beautifully battered fish, chunky chips and seasoned mushy peas, The Golden Hind caters for all tastes, with grease free batter and selection of traditional desserts amongst their offerings. 

The shop/restaurant prides itself on serving freshly caught fish from Grimsby that is both tasty and light, allowing customers to experience a traditional dish of the highest quality. But don’t just take our word for it, pop in and try it! 

Surprisingly for a fish and chip restaurant, The Golden Hind really does offer something for everyone, not only serving large portions of fish and chips but also steamed seafood, such as king prawns, calamari and rock salmon. 

Located deep in the heart of the cobbled streets of Marylebone, this family run business was first opened in 1914, and since then it has continued to serve traditional British suppers to residents and tourists from far and wide. 

The Golden Hind is open for both lunch and dinner and accepts reservations. It is highly recommended to book a table if you are hoping to dine in the restaurant on a Friday or Saturday, as this is one of the restaurants busiest times. Last orders are 10pm. 

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