An item about a fish and chip shop decorated with all the trimmings of Queen Victoria's days.
At The Contented Sole fish bar has been decorated "with all the trimmings of Queen Victoria's days".
C/U of chips being scooped out of a fryer onto a plate. M/S of the chef passing the plate to a waitress - both wear old fashioned clothes. M/S of the waitress taking the plate upstairs, in the foreground is a gramophone, stuffed fish hang on the wall.
She serves the food to a group of trendy young people. In the middle of all the diners a man in a bowler hat plays a honky tonk piano. Various shots of the diners, the food their eating and the piano player - giving the general impression this restaurant is a hip and swinging place (or plaice, even).
M/S of the chef dipping a raw fish in batter and placing it in the fryer. C/U of the chief smiling. He takes the cooked fish and places it in a special carrying box decorated with a newspaper print pattern. He passes the box over the counter to a young man. M/S of the man walking up the street with his posh fish and chips box.