The best English pub food
Typically featuring sausages, pork chops, steak, mushrooms, tomato, and chunky chips, this dish is not for the faint of heart, or the faint of stomach.
Must-haves include a type of roast meat (chicken, pork, beef, etc.), seasonal vegetables, Yorkshire pudding, and gravy.
Hunter’s chicken takes the title of the fourth-most popular pub grub dish in the United Kingdom.
Rather than serving pre-made fish fingers, many pub chefs make their own fish goujons, often served between two slices of sourdough with a drizzle of tartar sauce.
Steak and ale pie
Combining two things many pub-goers love—meat and booze—this traditional dish is always a popular choice.
Gammon, egg and chips is the pub grub meal that has it all—meat, carbs, and even a gooey yolk to top it all off.
While the origins of lasagna are disputed, one thing is for certain: comfort food doesn’t get more satisfying than this cheesy, meaty combination.
Case in point, the annual National Curry Week takes place every October in the United Kingdom. With that in mind, it should come as no surprise to see this dish on a lis
Bangers and mash is a firm favourite on menus across the country.