About us

Welcome to Kennedy’s Restaurant where we serve traditional British food.

Our friendly and cost effective fish and chips restaurants in central London is inspired by the Kennedy’s brand established 150 years ago as a traditional delicatessen butcher’s originally renowned for their sausages, we have maintained their tradition whilst expanding our menu with British food. We serve fresh fish from British waters and as such our seafood is of the utmost quality. Our traditional freshly baked pies are made from fine ingredients and are a popular choice with our diners. We have two locations in the city based in Goswell Road and Whitecross Street, distinguishing us as one of the best-situated places to eat, in the capital.

Kennedy’s also has many associations with historical figures, including a plaque honouring Samuel Baylis – founder of the Radical club July 1833 (Whitecross street, London, UK). Furthermore,  Goswell Road used to be known as Goswell Street, where Mr Pickwick the hero of The Pickwick Papers lived. As a result of the huge success of The Pickwick Papers, Goswell Street became the most famous Street in the World. The story behind the creation of The Pickwick Papers is told in the novel ‘Death and Mr Pickwick’ by Stephen Jarvis who regularly visits us.

Additionally, Kennedy’s caters for coach parties and private hire, so do not hesitate to enquire about booking a reservation with us.