London's Best Retro Spots

Vintage style is back all over town, from old-school candy shops to the speakeasy scene.

The Chip Shop

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The resurrected Geales, in Notting Hill, which first opened in 1939, draws families and fashionable types alike for upmarket beer-battered fish and chips. An original wooden specials board listing dishes of yore, such as mushy peas and shandy, pays tribute to the previous incarnation.

—Susan Welsh and Alison Tyler

 

 

London's Best Retro Spots

The Chip Shop

The resurrected Geales, in Notting Hill, which first opened in 1939, draws families and fashionable types alike for upmarket beer-battered fish and chips. An original wooden specials board listing dishes of yore, such as mushy peas and shandy, pays tribute to the previous incarnation.

—Susan Welsh and Alison Tyler

 

 

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