Guardian Review

A double pun, no less, for London’s oldest surviving chippie. Open since 1871, the Rock & Sole Plaice’s location close to the Opera House and theatres makes it the perfect venue for that pre-show pit stop, providing, of course, you don’t mind taking your seat at The Mousetrap reeking of vinegar. Reassuringly fat chips, daily specials from red mullet to trout, and not a trace of modern muck like burgers or kebabs on the menu, it’s a bona fide chippie, with vast mugs of tea and the option of bringing your own booze. Incidentally, the cooks here swear by peanut oil, which means memorable fish and chips for the vast majority of us, but possible death for those with nut allergies. You have been warned.

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