Things to Eat In London
There are various things to do in London. If you talk about food London is a perfect place for foodies. Here is a list of things you must try in London.
Foods & desserts
Ice cream store turns ice-cream into flowers. Paris-born gelato café Amorino, which now has stores across the globe – from Europe and America to Asia and Africa. Amorino's ice-cream experts fill cones with a tall, skinny line of gelato and then carve D-shaped slices around the original scoop, to look like petals. Instead of a cherry on top, you can opt for a tiny, gelato-filled macaron.
Fish & Chips
Fish & Chips traditional British dish is on the top of any foodie list for visitors to London and the U.K. Although fish & chips is best eaten on the seaside (think Brighton, Blackpool or Whitby) it is possible to get great fish & chips in London. Fish & chips is traditionally eaten with mushy peas and garnished with salt and vinegar.
Sunday Roast with Yorkshire pudding - Sunday roast is a true British classic. Traditionally this meal is eaten any time from 12noon to 5pm on Sundays. Although you can get Sunday roast with turkey, beef, pork, chicken, lamb and veggie options – it’s important to always make sure you get your Yorkshire pudding! Traditionally served with beef, Yorkshire puddings a true British classic and can often be added to any Sunday roast order. A traditional roast comes with meat, potatoes, gravy and vegetables and should be so large you find it difficult to walk afterwards
Sticky Toffee Pudding - Originating in Scotland, sticky toffee pudding consists of moist sponge cake stuffed with raisons or dates drenched in a toffee sauce and served with custard or ice cream.
A fabulous mix of crushed merangue, cream and strawberries, Eton mess is a classic British treat. Keep an eye out for variants made with different kinds of fruit or with ice cream instead of cream – although we believe that the best experience is with the classic strawberry ingredient.
Bad Brownie Co manage to make brownies that are packed full of chocolate, but also as squidgy as a marshmallow