With a dazzling array of catches and sides, its simply enthralling gazing across the menu to mix and match a selection of cooking techniques and sauces to match your meal.
With seven seasonal fish’s to be baked, fried, steamed or battered you then have a choice of sauces and accompaniments to shape your smile.
I went for battered Pollock which worked beautifully over a bed of Pak choy along with some thick cut chips and hollandaise. My date dived into a smoked platter of salmon, trout and mackerel on toast with salsa verde, chutney and potato tartar.
We both went quiet after that gobbling away to stop briefly to slurp on the pale lemon and fruity Chenin Blanc, which our friendly waiter had recommended.
It being a Saturday night the tables were all pretty full outside with people gorging on an array of dishes and some hanging back for drinks, none more satisfied than us.
There aren’t really any fish and chip restaurants in Shoreditch, none serving up a subtle selection like this and with so much more in store, you want to get to the upper deck on Boxpark now before someone else swims in and steals your seat.