Good cod! A plate of Harrods’ fish and chips will set you back £35 at Tom Kerridge’s new gourmet chippie in store… and you can even get them topped with CAVIAR
- Celebrity chef Tom Kerridge launches ‘gourmet’ fish and chips at Harrods
- Kerridge’s fish and chips cost £35 – higher than the national average of £6.50
- The new restaurant will launch this Friday at Harrods in Knightsbridge, London
Shoppers venturing to Harrods know that everything inside is probably on the pricey side.
But even regular visitors to the Knightsbridge store are likely to be amazed at the cost of a plate of fish and chips.
A serving of the great British staple at celebrity chef Tom Kerridge’s new ‘gourmet’ chippie in Harrods costs £35.
Good cod: Celebrity chef Tom Kerridge (pictured right) is set to launch a ‘gourmet’ fish and chip restaurant in Harrods, where a serving of fish and chips (left) will set you back £35
The national average price for cod and chips is about £6.50. The star of BBC2’s Saving Britain’s Pubs launches Kerridge’s Fish & Chips in Harrods.
His wallet-breaking version of the dish features “market day fish,” chips, curry sauce, tartar sauce, and pea pudding.
The restaurant, which opens next Friday, will also serve 10g chips with caviar and crème frache for £32.
Kerridge, 47, said: ‘I truly believe British talent and produce are at the forefront of great cuisine.’
Other items for sale include Morecambe Bay shrimp with spiced paprika butter and treacle bread, cockle popcorn and malted beer vinegar, and fish samosas.
It comes after rival TV chef Gordon Ramsay set up a gastro burger joint in Harrods.
Pictured: Kerridge’s restaurant launches Friday at Harrods, in Knightbridgebridge
Kerridge added: “I’m proud to bring my take on the best seafood dishes to the most iconic department store in the world.”
The chef, who attended catering school in Cheltenham, has three eateries in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, including the double Michelin star Hand and Flowers, and a further two in London and Manchester.
Growing up in the difficult areas of Gloucester, his single mother held various jobs as he moved Kerridge and his brothers through various residential areas in the city.