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Geales - Notting Hill

2 Farmer Street, London, W8 7SN +44 2035512301

((((* Fish & Seafood
Main course: £15
Food spend: £35
Opening hours
Tuesday to Friday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 18:00 - 22:30
Saturday: 12:00 - 22:30
Sunday: 12:00 - 22:00.

Nice food, reasonable prices, calm atmosphere.

Denise Vohwinkel 24 November 2016
from London

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Described as ‘pulling on the heartstrings of nostalgia’ by acclaimed critic Fay Maschler, Geales Notting Hill offers superbly fresh fish and seafood. Established in 1939, lovingly restored original features evoke quintessential British charm.

Branded as London’s ‘posh fish and chippy’, the Geales menu offers hearty comfort food with a sophisticated edge. Sourcing from sustainable fish stocks, perfectly grilled fillets sit next to the nation’s favourite, cod in crispy batter. Tired British classics are also brought up to date with contemporary twists, like the Geales restaurant signature fish pie, or prawn cocktail.

Continuing the British theme, classic desserts at Geales Notting Hill include bread and butter pudding with Baileys custard, all washed down with dandelion and burdock or cream soda.

Subdued yet chic, Geales London offsets glossy grey walls and black leather benches with glittering antique mirrors. Notting Hill Gate Tube Station is just 2 minutes’ walk away.

Geales - Notting Hill

2 Farmer Street, London, W8 7SN

Contact +44 2077277528
Reservations +44 2035512301

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Customer reviews for Geales - Notting Hill

4.0 ((((* (based on 70 reviews)
85% of diners recommend this restaurant
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Recommended for

  • dinner (39)
  • lunch (28)
  • romantic (18)
  • business (15)
  • value (14)
  • child friendly (12)
  • private dining (10)
  • large parties (8)
  • entertainment (7)
  • trendy (4)
  • luxury (3)
  • al fresco (2)
  • views (1)
  • ((((( 2 December 2016 by William ( 2 gourmet soc cards) Williams from Burnham

    Friendly, alive, enthusiastic and helpful waitresses.
    Great food, the fish pie was exceptional, prompt service.

  • ((((* 24 November 2016 by Denise Vohwinkel from London

    Nice food, reasonable prices, calm atmosphere.

  • ((((( 21 November 2016 by Wendy So from Taipei

    I come once every few years, whenever I want a nostalgic and comfortable assurance of good old Fish and Chips enjoyed seated down. Fish and Chips still amazing. The joy was in discovering other dishes, all cooked and served in high standard - from the artisan bread to the lobster linguine. Definitely will come back next time I come to London! Service friendly and efficient.

  • ((((( 13 November 2016 by Peter Fisk from Scarborough, maine,usa

    Good meal, attentive service..overall great experience

  • (((** 9 November 2016 by Claudio Velasco from Mexico

    The fish soup was really terrible, however de Cod fish and chips was delicious.

  • (**** 21 October 2016 by Roger Mavity from London

    A very bad meal. Service slow and incompetent - a wait of over an hour for the main course. All four of us found our meal very poor in flavour. Whitebait not cooked properly; haddock almost inedible; salad also barely edible. We would never go again, and I would recommend others strongly against it. A shame: under its original owners it was a good simple fish restaurant,. but no longer.

  • ((((( 21 October 2016 by Joey Sim from singapore

    Had the Cheap Wed set...good value for money. Great food as usual

  • ((((* 17 October 2016 by Alain Auger from Montreal

    Visiting from Montreal, had a great late lunch, loved especially the cod fish & chips.

  • (**** 4 October 2016 by Narisa Chakra from London

    Not sure if the restaurant has changed hands but it seems very different from previous trips. We were late and my friends were already there but my moules were horrible and could barely finish them. The waitress was very helpful as my friend has severe dairy allergies but I'm afraid otherwise it was a gloomy experience

  • (((** 1 October 2016 by John Wildman from Manchester

    Pleasant ambiance and location, convenient to Notting Hill Gate station. Lovely staff, good listeners and empathisers. Had battered haddock and chips, they were pretty awful even by pub standards and much more expensive. Batter was floury and uncooked inside and the haddock barely cooked. The frying oil gave the batter on the outside at least a great texture and flavour. If the fish had been coated sparingly and cooked a few seconds longer, it would have been good. The chips which we were assured later were made from home cut potatoes tasted dry and stale so assume they were part cooked and finished off later. The mushy peas were excellent and tasted home made rather than tinned which is often the case. With so many other options I see no reason to return and it's definitely the last time I order fish and chips anywhere near London.

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