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Hiba Restaurant closed from June 1

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Monday 13 June 2011 5.21pm
I do hope so as i have had nothing but good experiences there. It is the closest good place to my door and I have had both take out and dined there on many an occasion. It would be sorely missed in my book.
Monday 13 June 2011 10.09pm
Refurb? How odd, but thanks for the report.
Monday 20 June 2011 10.05pm
I sincerely hope they do reopen. We went there almost weekly and had several big parties there, as did a number of my friends to whom I introduced the place. I miss the chicken shish!
Thursday 14 July 2011 5.59pm
Walked passed Hiba which now has a sign outside... "Mickeys Fish n Chips"
Thursday 14 July 2011 6.26pm
Thursday 14 July 2011 9.53pm
I am speechless... If I had the courage I would start a sit-in in front..

Why can't we have a decent place on Borough High street? Hiba was clearly doing well.. Now we have filled the street with fried stuff, bookies and estate agencies.

Is this the bottom? Maybe we should just force Tas and The Roxy out and call for more Burger King.

Moreover. Who the hell will go there to buy bloody Fish and Chips?

Please Longranger tell us your post was a joke!
Friday 15 July 2011 8.52am
Shame! I'm sure the area can support more upmarket places - just look at how well the Laughing Gravy is doing.
Friday 15 July 2011 10.49am
It's true.

Established 1962 apparently. No doubt run by the chap who owns Costa.
Friday 15 July 2011 10.55am
Seems to be the same as this place:

(Micky's in Holborn has apparently shut down and been replaced by Hiba Express, so the plot thickens)

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Friday 15 July 2011 10.56am
The perfect chip is forever the holy grail so I'll hold fire until I taste the results.
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