If you are enjoying a trip to England, don’t forget to savor the delicacies that are unique to this little country. Open any guide book of England and you will see that the numbers of restaurants listed in it is more than the numbers of attraction included in the book. A trip to England can never be completed without tasting the mouth watering specialties.
Visit any of the restaurants and ask them to serve traditional food. They will be more than happy to serve you. Traditional British foods are known for the freshness of the ingredients. The dishes are simply yet lip smacking.
Here are a few traditional English dishes that you should not miss while you enjoy a holiday in buzzing city like London or in countryside. You will find a number of places to eat both in the city and the countryside and savoring the traditional dishes will be a pleasing experience.
Fish and Chips: The local people just love to eat fish. Fishes are battered and then deep fried. They are served with French fries or chips. If you want you can season the dish with salt, lemon and vinegar. It is better if you can savor this dish at a sea side restaurant, because the taste comes from the freshness of the fish. Frozen fishes are not used to prepare this dish. Use your finger to eat this exclusive dish.
Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding: Ask any British and he will tell you how much he enjoys this dish on Sunday Lunch. Beef dipped in rich gravy is sure to satisfy your taste buds. Rarer inside and crispy outside, Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding is a traditional dish that is loved by all the countrymen and you are also going to appreciate it once you know what it means to have roast beef seasoned with vegetables, English mustard and horseradish.
Ploughman’s Lunch: Made with crusty fresh bread, Branston pickle, a hunk of cheese, pickled onion and salad garnish, Ploughman’s Lunch is one of the most favorite dishes of the British people. When accompanied with beer, this delicacy can simply take your heart away.
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