Top British Foods to Try in London

Published on November 28, 2017
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One of the best things about travel? Well, if you ask me, all the new foods you get to try! Below you’ll find a list of all the traditional British foods that you seriously need to try whenever you jet off to London.

Fish & Chips

There’s nothing more British than Fish & Chips, ask anyone and they’ll say the same. Traditionally, this meal is eaten with (yes it may sound odd, but seriously, it’s so good) mushy peas and it’s garnished with salt and vinegar.

Fish Chips

Fish Chips

Pie and Mash

Now this is the ultimate comfort food! And the Brits do it so, so well. Pie served with a load of creamy, mashed potatoes, and as much gravy as your heart desires. It’s not all steak, kidney, or pork pies anymore!

Sunday Roast with Yorkshire Pudding

What you’re looking at right here, is a true British classic, a hot savory Sunday roast. You can choose to have your Sunday roast with a few options such as turkey, beef, pork, chicken, lamb, and a veggie option – but the one thing you HAVE to do is eat that Yorkshire pudding! It’s a must.

Sunday Roast With Yorkshire Pudding

Sunday Roast With Yorkshire Pudding

Bangers and Mash

Oh look, another classic! Only this time, it’s mashed potatoes on the side, the famous Bangers and Mash. Almost always served with sausage and potatoes, this is pretty much a hearty British staple that will keep you full, happy, and toasty warn on a chilling London day!

Full English Breakfast

There is no way you can visit England without eating a full English breakfast! Now, this is a dish typically served with sausages, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, blood pudding, potatoes, and toast. It’s easy to make or buy, tasty to eat, and inexpensive!

Full English Breakfast

Full English Breakfast

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