Geales Restaurant

About Geales Restaurant

Geales, a legendary family-run fish and chip shop in Notting Hill Gate, reopened its doors after a major refurbishment. The restaurant has changed dramatically since it first opened in 1939 - and its slick makeover follows a takeover by Mark Fuller, who has installed Michelin-starred chef Garry Hollihead in the kitchen. Gone is the grubby décor, replaced by understated elegance. The walls and blackboards are now a chic shade of grey, and the tables covered in jaunty navy gingham. The menu is also new and improved and now features foodie favourites such as soft-shell crab fried in batter with a Thai dipping sauce; cod or haddock with chips and mushy peas; Geales fish pie with mash; courgette and dill soup; and skate with capers in black butter sauce. Although the wine list is impressive - the team at Geales haven’t strayed from their nostalgic roots, and still serve fish and chip classics including ginger beer, dandelion and burdock and cream soda. We also love the traditional puddings - jam roly-poly, and cold rice pudding with strawberries.

Sample a la carte


- Loch Fyne Organic Smoked Salmon £9
- Thai Soft Shell Crab £8
- Fish Soup £6
- Prawn Cocktail £8

Other dishes are avilable

Main Course

- Geales Breakfast (smoked haddock, dry cured bacon, black pudding and poached egg £10)
- Geales Salmon and Leek Fishcake £14
- Sirloin Steak served with sauce Béarnaise and crispy shallots £17
- Geales Fish (all cooked in crispy batter Cod £9)
- Haddock £9
- Sole £10

Other dishes are avilable


- all desserts £5
- Treacle tart, clotted cream
- Eton Mess
- Cherry fool, granola

Other dishes are avilable

Additional Information


2 Farmer Street, W8 7SN

Nearest tube:

Notting Hill Gate

Average Price:

£35 - £44

Opening times:

Mon 6pm - Midnight
Tue - Sat 12pm - 3pm & 6pm - Midnight
Sun 12pm - 3pm & 6pm - 11pm

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