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Gold Award within 2017 Fish & Chip shop category, sponsored by Middleton Foods. Further Gold within Crème de la Crème category.
Olley's is situated opposite Brockwell Park, here you can sit and watch the world go by whilst dining in London's most fashionable chippie.
Fish & Chips existed in the eighteenth century and were referred to by Charles Dickens in ‚Oliver Twist‘ – hence the name „Olley's“ (The misspelling becoming an established title for the shop and remained unchanged for its registration)
In this area small businesses sold fish & chips separately in the small shops of Britain's industrial town, Chips were a main staple food of the industrial North, whilst fried fish was really introduced in London's East End.
In London a famous Fish & Chips shop in the 1800's was opened by a Joseph Malin in Cleveland Street in 1860 within the sound of Bow Bells.
We have recreated an Olde World atmosphere in this shop with the design to give a sense of the mid 1800's. We hope this enhances your enjoyment of our award winning products in a warm & congenial atmosphere.