Like being in a 50s movie, you'll put a coin in the jukebox and try an incredible variation of fish & chips.
Step back into the fifties.
As you go through Hanbury Street, you'll come across its shop window and a quick glance will take you sixty years back in time. When you turn back and go into the restaurant, the first thing that you'll hear is music from the 50s which will be playing on the jukebox. From there, you'll gradually enter into an environment which is full of details from England as it was during the middle of the 20th century. Although it’s near the centre, it's not on a very touristic street which makes it ideal for a short walk to feel the pace that the city keeps from day to day, when it's not packed with visitors. The special character of the place guarantees an entertaining time for all ages, and it's not easy to take your eyes off the walls full of images from both celebrities to newspaper and magazine clippings, in the short time it takes you to be served by any of the waitresses wearing pinnies and kerchiefs. But most importantly: a simple yet perfect menu. Don't hesitate to ask the staff should you have any doubts because it's not easy to choose between the different variations of fish and chips, or the chicken and sausage alternatives for those who prefer not to eat fish.