British Food That Tourists Love to Try

September 3, 2018

British Food That Tourists Love to Try

London draws in million of visitors every year from all over the world to bask in its splendour. From the Houses of Parliament and The London Eye to Buckingham Palace and Nelsons column, there is plenty to see in England’s Capital.

As well as the beautiful sights on offer, tourists also love to sample some of the best British cuisine that is famous across the world.

Fish and Chips

Whenever you ask anyone what British food is, they all say the same thing – fish and chips. This is top of any foodies list for visitors to London and the U.K. Although it is best eaten at the seaside, they can be found almost anywhere in the U.K. Traditionally, it is eaten with salt and vinegar with a side of mushy peas.

Sunday Roast and Yorkshire Pudding

The true British classic and firm favourite amongst most Brits is the Sunday Roast. Traditionally this meal is eaten any time on Sunday from 12 noon to about 5pm, with the whole family at home, or at your local bar and restaurant or carvery. You can have it with chicken, beef or lamb and there are also veggie options. The meat comes with roast potatoes, vegetables, gravy and the all-important Yorkshire pudding.

Eton Mess

For those with a sweet tooth, this simple and delicious dessert combines a mix of crushed meringue with cream and strawberries. It is a classic British treat named after the prestigious boys school of the same name. There are plenty of variants made with different fruits or with ice cream instead of cream.

Pie and Mash

Today there is so many different pie fillings that there is bound to be something for everyone to enjoy. This classic comfort food is served with a pile of creamy mashed potatoes and lashings of gravy.

If you are visiting the U.K and fancy a little something different from the traditional British menu, try Royal Nawaab’s halal restaurant in London today.