Fish and chips shop Kerbisher & Malt opens second site

01 August 2012 by
Fish and chips shop Kerbisher & Malt opens second site

London fish and chips shop Kerbisher & Malt has opened the doors to its second site, in Ealing, West London.

The new 60-cover restaurant aims to recreate the informality of the original in Brook Green with a menu that offers both traditional and modern dishes with a focus on fresh and sustainable produce.

Complementing the food is a drinks list featuring Meantime beers from Greenwich, Old and New World wines, and soft drinks such as Fentiman's Ginger Beer.

Interior designer Alexander Waterworth has created a space that aims to be sleek and comfortable, featuring banquettes, exposed brickwork, and wood panelling and tabletops to evoke a sense of the modern British seaside.

Kerbisher & Malt director Nick Crossley commented: "We're delighted with the new site, as we want each Kerbisher & Malt to have its own distinct personality and we really feel we've achieved that here. Ealing is a unique area with a vibrant food scene these days, so we are in excellent company."

By Janie Manzoori-Stamford

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