England travel guide




England Travel Guide

Eating in England

England has a very diverse population due to the large number of immigrants that have arrived from other countries and established to live, this provoked that the food was diversified and today eating could be an excitant experience, for the variety of tastes and styles that is able to found. England’s eating scene has a lot of establishments offering from traditional English food to the most exotic dishes. There are a wide range of restaurants, cafés, pubs, gastropubs around the country for all tastes, pockets and need.

In London you can observe the great diversity of food due it is a cosmopolitan city where it possible to find all kind of food from all around the world.

England is also known for its food traditions including afternoon tea, fish and chips and especially for the great English breakfast.

Probably pubs are the best place to eat out with reasonably priced food, trying sophisticated food or the more traditional English food. More exotic dishes are now prepared in the majority of the larger pubs and specialist "gastropubs".

Vegetarian food is widely extended in England’s pubs and restaurants, offering several vegetarian dishes.

Some of the most traditional food in England are described below.

Fish and chips, is a classic, traditional national food of England, made up with French fried potatoes and the fish (cod, haddock, huss, plaice) deep fried in flour batter.

Yorkshire pudding is a traditional and popular British dish, originating from the North-east of England made from flour, eggs and milk, is a sort of batter baked in the oven and usually moistened with gravy.

Toad in the Hole is similar to Yorkshire Pudding but with sausages placed in the batter before cooking.

Lancashire Hotpot consists essentially of meat, onion and potatoes baked in the oven all day in a heavy pot and on a low heat.

English Breakfast consist of fried bacon, fried eggs, fried sausages, fried bread, fried black pudding, fried mushrooms, baked beans in tomato sauce, and toast and butter - "washed down" by a large amount of hot strong tea or coffee with milk.

About Plum cake: this cake is so easy and so delicious that English people make it several times, using whatever fruit of the season. The combination of plums and peaches is a great source of magnesium. This is a great cake for those who find the usual cakes too filling. This is great for entertaining as well as for the family.

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