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Lifestore : Working Lunch by Jeff Mills

Order... It’s all about fresh seafood and fish, delivered to the restaurant direct from the coast. Among the starters anchovies and sweet herrings and beeterrot-cured smoked salmon with horseradish mayo are great favourites, as are West Mersea oysters with they are in season. Among the main courses battered fish such as cod, haddock and plaice come direct from the quayside at Grimsby and there’s a selection of grilled fish of the day, from Newlyn in Cornwall. For pudding choose the apple crumble.

Expect... a stylish modern restaurant run by owners Luke and Amelia Brady. A room with wooden tables, some ideal for sharing, a long bar, decorated with seaside props such as model yachts an seagull ornaments. There’s a large terrace overlooking the Thames. Open for lunch on Fridays and weekends but it is also perfect for after-work drinks or supper.


trip advisor

A local favourite

We have been coming to Brady's for years. It is one of our favourite restaurants. It has the best fish and chips in London and Luke and his team provide a really personable and friendly service. There is always a fantastic selection of grilled and battered fish topped and tailed by an assortment of appetising starters and delicious deserts. Brady's provides the ultimate in comfort food. With a great wine list and wonderful atmosphere it is defiinitely worth a visit.


london eating

Best fish and chips in London - they have just moved to a new site on Jews Row Wandsworth (right by the ship) which is an amazing new venue and has a bar. Delicious selection of starters, perfect fish and chip mains and the puddings are a must, If you haven't been i would highly recommend it!

Brady's has moved – not far – next to the Ship pub into new, larger premises with a bar and outdoor seating. The restaurant opens at the end of January 2013; the review below is for the previous site.
It may be miles from the ocean, but Brady’s is something of a seaside hut. Surroundings are spartan, with pale-toned tongue-and-groove walls, mermaids painted on to mirrors, and a faint whiff of vinegar in the air.
There’s plenty from the grill (including swordfish, tuna and brill), though battered options are more limited: just cod, haddock, plaice or sustainable Scottish saithe (a type of coley). On our visit, a moist piece of haddock came parcelled in golden batter, though the portion was a little mean. Chips were just as good: crunchy on the outside, fluffy in the middle, and plenty of them.
Mains come book-ended by retro starters (smoked salmon, pint of prawns) and equally old-school desserts (treacle tart, bread and butter pudding). These go down a storm with the upper-crust locals, who can’t get enough of the back-to-basics Brady’s approach.

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