D&D London to relaunch Notting Gill Chippy next month

09 February 2016 by
D&D London to relaunch Notting Gill Chippy next month

Restaurant group D&D London has announced it will relaunch its fish and chips pop-up, named the Notting Gill Chippy, at its Kensington Place site next month.

The company has decided to reopen the pop-up on 3 March following its successful stint last summer.

Located adjacent to the main restaurant on Kensington Church Street, Notting Gill Chippy will offer interpretations of British classics from chef Tim Peirson, alongside traditional fish and chips dishes.

This year Peirson will introduce new dishes such as mackerel sliders, sweet chilli Crème fraîche with sweet and sour slaw; salt and pepper squid with soy and ginger dressing; smoked bacon and apple scotch egg and king prawn scampi (classic with tartar sauce or curried with mango chutney). The menu will also include pineapple fritters served with vanilla ice-cream for dessert.

There will also be classic fish and chips with tartar sauce and mushy peas and curried spiced batter fish and chips with mango chutney and a side of lentil dahl.

The Chippy will be open Tuesday to Saturday for two months serving lunch and dinner.

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