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After more than 38 years, Kipps Lane Fish & Chips still offers the best take-out halibut fish and chips in London. The origin of this tale begins from visionary John Arp immigrating to Canada in 1966, a land of new beginnings for many Dutchmen after the war. Initially, John managed London’s “Country Fare” restaurant; however, in 1972 at 47 years of age John Arp bought Kipps Lane Fish & Chips - at that time a major fixer-upper. After much hard work, a positive attitude, and of course his addictive and secret batter recipe, it was not long before business was booming. Kipps Lane Fish & Chips would soon be awarded the very prestigeous "Golden Plate" award by the London Free Press in 1982 for best fish and chips in London. A hard worker even in his 80’s, he never missed a day of work; and even though he did not advertise, his reputation as ‘The Codfather’ (dubbed by the London Free Press food columnists in 1982 and 2009), has become renowned throughout London. Kipps Lane Fish & Chips has many loyal customers who have made the halibut feast their weekly habit.
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