This one is very popular. It is considered to be a family dish, traditionally eaten on a Sunday, but you should try it whenever you can. You can choose various types of meat such as lamb, beef, chicken or pork. Whatever you choose, you will love it.
Fish and chips
This one is a British classic. Battered Fish with delicious chips that is sure to fill you up. Depending on your location in the country, there are different traditional sides that you should definitely try.
The UK does pudding very well. Pudding is a traditional sweet, with many different flavours. There’s something for everyone . After a good lunch or dinner, you can try some pudding. We know you will like it – the diet starts tomorrow.
This is also an after or a sweet that you should avoid if you are on a diet. We’re firm believers in eating good food, so we would always reccomend indulging in a slice!
This is a traditional Scottish dish. The ingredients sometimes put people off, but if you’re brave enough to try it, you’ll see that it tastes great!
The most famous types of English cheese are Cheddar and Stilton. If you are a fan of cheese, you should try them out. They are very delicious, and can usually be found on a cheese board on most dessert menus.
Full English breakfast
This is one of those breakfasts that you know will keep you full at least for a half day. Traditionally eaten before a big day (or after a big night!), a Full English Breakfast consists of any combination of egg, bacon, sausage, black pudding, tomatoes, mushrooms, baked beans and toast. If you’re not full after all that, we’ll be surprised!
This is another word for a sausage. British sausages are made from raw seasoned meat and then fried or baked before eating. We usually eat it with mashed potatoes, vegetables and plenty of onion gravy!
The humble sandwich was invented by the Earl of Sandwich whilst he was playing cards in a pub! It’s since become a staple of British lunchtimes – it’s the easiest and the most convenient dish you can eat.