A fine dining restaurant chain is selling tiny fish and chip shop portions for up to £69 per head.
Six by Nico has put a posh spin on chippy classics including the deep-fried Mars Bar, which comes with an Iron Bru sorbet.
The restaurant’s name refers to its range of six-course tasting menus.
The Chippie dining experience costs £39 per head.
A matching wine is available for £30.
So you only get small helpings for the dishes.
However, it comes as Brits have been urged to back their local chip shops.
A recent study found that half of them could shut down by 2025 amid the cost of living crisis.
The first course is a fancy take on cheesy chips – parmesan espuma curry oil and emulsion served with crispy potato terrine.
Next up, is a tiny portion of scampi served on top of a handful of peas with gribiche sauce.
For the third course, diners can enjoy British classic steak pie.
This has been plated up alongside “mushroom duxelle” and drizzled with “burnt ketchup.”
Other courses include a “fish supper” which comes with a bizarre “beer emulsion” and a trio of smoked sausages.
However, the sausages are only the size of a mouthful.
For dessert, the chefs have dished up a full sized deep fried Mars bar that has been smothered in “chocolate pave” alongside a small helping of Irn Bru sorbet.
The Chippie dining experience is available in a number of restaurants including London, Manchester and Glasgow.
It comes as telly chef Tom Kerridge was slammed for charging £35 for fish and chips at Harrods this week.