Fish House E20 – Contemporary restaurant and takeaway

One of the best ways to catch up with family and friends is over a delicious meal.  Whilst having then over for a bite to eat is wonderful it does mean that you are left with both the cooking and dishes.  So why not grab your coats and head out for a bite to eat and reconnect whilst you eat.  The Fish House E20 is a contemporary, independent seafood restaurant and traditional takeaway – the perfect place whether you are looking for traditional fish and chips or something a bit more modern.

Location

Located in the heart of the East Village, originally the Athletes Village during the 2012 London Olympic games.  The Fish House E20 is within easy distance of the Westfield Stratford City shopping centre, the Queen Elizabeth Park and the London Stadium (home to West Ham United).

Atmosphere

From the outside of the Fish House E20, the restaurant and takeaway doesn’t really make an impression.  Complying with all the other outlets that are within the area there are no big signage or displays highlighting their presence.  Opening the main door you are transported into a modern industrial style restaurant and takeaway.

The concrete pillars and flooring might at first glance feel cold and harsh.  However, upon further inspection the softer touches become noticeable.  The beautifully tiled wall behind the counter, the wooden cladding around the entrance to restrooms and the teal painted walls all adding warmth and character to the restaurant. 

With a selection of seating available from large booths holding parties of friends and family.  To cosy tables for two and the central high bench for those grabbing a quick bite to eat before heading out.

Food

The clue to the range of food served at the Fish House E20 is in the name.  That’s right, fish, however, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it was just a posh fish and chip restaurant.  Whilst they do of course serve fish and chips (which are truly the best fish and chips I’ve tasted) on the menu, there is so much more available.  Whether you love your shellfish, calamari or something a little more adventurous there is something for everyone.

The Fish House E20 purchase their fish daily and are on display at the front of the restaurant.  Ready for you to take a look and select your favourite cut of fish.  You can be assured of the freshness and taste of your desired dish.

The starts menu includes a mixture of both traditional and contemporary dishes.  Whether you’re craving a traditional prawn cocktail, deep-fried calamari or crab, pea and spinach samosas. 

Don’t fill yourself up on the delicious starters though as you’ll need plenty of room for the main course.  From the classic fish and chips (the skate is especially wonderful) and contemporary fish finger sandwich served on a brioche bun.  To the selection of risottos and pasta dishes.  Whatever you decide to order you’ll be sure of a full plate and the freshest of fish and ingredients.

Reservations

You can make reservations by calling 0208 8533 3327 or email info@fishhouse.co.uk

Contact Information

Fish House E20
East Village
36-39 Victory Parade
London E20 1FS

Disclosure: We were invited as guests to the Fish House for the purpose of review

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7 Comments

  1. May 9, 2017 / 10:07 pm

    This looks absolutely delicious! I would love to have a meal here.

  2. May 10, 2017 / 11:13 am

    Looks like fun and there are things the kids would really like to try, especially a contemporary fish finger sandwich!

  3. May 10, 2017 / 2:01 pm

    That is quite near to me. Probably a weird question but does it have veggie options as well do you know? Glad you had a good time x

  4. May 10, 2017 / 6:48 pm

    You had me at sea food as I am a huge fun and always happy to try new places. Whilst I have not heard of E20 I am loving the decor and the food sounds delicious

  5. May 11, 2017 / 9:08 am

    OMG i need to find some of this fish and make my own fish and chips! So many nice dishes!

  6. May 11, 2017 / 10:10 pm

    I love fish restaurants. All dishes look so delicious.

  7. May 12, 2017 / 6:32 pm

    The food looks totally scrumptious. I find that fried food can be quite heavy and greasy, but this all looks super light and very fresh.

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