Now open in Soho



A sustainable fish restaurant and take away, serving the finest quality fresh Cornish fish.

Here at The Chipping Forecast we've searched the caves and coves of Cornwall in order to find fisherman using traditional techniques to land the finest, sustainably caught fish our waters can offer. Each delivery of fish we receive, can be traced back to the boat and to the fisherman who landed the catch (many of whom are pictured on our restaurant walls).
We guarantee from hook to plate within 48 hours!

Our fresh Cornish fish can be simply grilled, battered, gluten free or coated in Panko breadcrumbs.

Fish & Chips is our signature dish and our accompanying hand cut chunky chips are tripled cooked in traditional beef dripping for an unbeatable taste.

We serve daily grilled specials, seasonal Cornish shellfish and popular homemade favourites such as a rich fish pie, salmon fishcakes, salt & pepper squid, salt cod scotch egg and lots of delicious side salads and greens.

We offer accomplished seafood dishes by using the best available fresh ingredients, keeping it simple and with thorough attention to detail.



29 All Saints Road
Notting Hill
London, W11 1HE
t. 020 7460 2745

58 Greek Street
London, W1D 3DY
t. 020 7851 6688

Hours - Notting hill

Tu-Th 12–2.30 / 5.30-9.30 pm
Fri 12–2.30 / 5.30-10 pm
Sa 12–10 pm
Su 12–3.30 / 5-9 pm
Mon closed

Hours - SOHO

Mon-Wed 12–10 pm
Thu 12–11 pm
Fri-Sat 12–midnight
Su 12–9 pm



We only take Soho bookings at these times:- Monday - Saturday between 12 noon - 6 pm and Sunday between 12 noon - 9 pm.
Outside of these hours we do not take bookings, but we would be delighted to welcome you to our restaurant.


You can pre-order and collect your take away from us by calling: Notting Hill (020) 7460 2745 or Soho (020) 7851 6688

We also deliver within a 1.6 mile radius through Deliveroo. Click on the Deliveroo logo to place an order for delivery.

Our Policy on Sourcing and Sustainable Seafood

Provenance is very important and our fish can be traced back to the name of the ship and the fishermen who caught it.

The inshore day boats which go sea fishing from the numerous coves in Cornwall catch the freshest and most ethically sourced fish available and their traditional fishing methods are the most ecologically friendly fishing undertaken around our coast line, causing minimal impact on stocks and the marine environment, essential for healthy waters.

The Cornish fishing industry is well managed and highly regulated by the EU. The fishing fleet has reduced significantly in capacity over the last 20 years and modern technology has made catching more efficient. Together with improved stock management at an international level these have all resulted in an industry that is more sustainable than ever before.

Although, having access to only 4% of the fishing quota, small sustainable fishing fleets are a solution to the crisis facing our dwindling fish stocks. They fish selectively and use seasonally diverse methods that allow fish stocks to recover and are generally considered to fish in a more low-impact way than industrial-scale larger trawlers, that are capable of catching several hundred tonnes per night and destroy the marine environments.

The Cornish fishing industry is an integral part of the county’s historical, economic and social structure.  We need to protect the livelihoods of future generations of Britain’s low impact fisherman who are the lifeblood for many rural Cornish coastal communities.

Cornwall sits at a maritime crossroads with warm Gulf stream currents bringing warm water species, and cooler northern currents bringing cold water species. As a result their fishing grounds are home to an astonishing diversity of fish, shellfish and crustaceans. 10 species on the Marine Conservation Society’s ‘Good Fish List’ are caught and landed in Cornwall on a daily basis.

We believe that responsibly-sourced seafood lies at the heart of a sustainable 21st-century seafood industry. 

Images © Adam Woolfitt

Notting Hill: (020) 7460 2745 Soho: (020) 7851 6688

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