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Ideas for Foodies

A guide to exploring the food culture of UK

Ideas for Foodies

The best way to dive deep into the culture of any place is through the local cuisine. With every bite, you get to learn about people's traditions, history and of course their unique way of life. So, if you are new to UK and want to immerse yourself in all things British, we suggest going on a culinary adventure. You can begin your journey with these places across the country.


You probably must have had or heard of the famous meal - English breakfast. Well, you will get an authentic English breakfast at The Wolseley. They serve it up with the classic eggs, bacon, black pudding and more. If you are more into fine dining, you can head over to The Ledbury, known for its two Michelin Stars and try their exquisitely modern British cuisine.


Edinburg is renowned for its Scottish charm. You definitely should not miss out on their hearty cuisine. Some of their popular dishes are haggis, neeps and tatties, prepared from sheep, turnips and potatoes. If traditional food is what you are looking for, The Royal McGregor has out-of-this-world haggis, served with whisky cream sauce. If you are feeling fancy, The Kitchen serves food made with French cooking techniques.


With fresh fish and shellfish available all over, Cornwall is a destination for all seafood lovers. Make your way to Philips Famous Pasties to try out their lip-smacking, traditional Cornish pasty. For dinner, you can explore local seafood at Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, a restaurant that has earned two Michelin Stars.


If you are in Liverpool, you cannot miss out on their comfort food items like scouse, stew and hotpot, a casserole made with lamb and potatoes. Scouse served at Maggie May's restaurant is one of the best. You will also love the food at The Art School, which offers a modern take on British cuisine using seasonal ingredients.


From street food markets to fine dining restaurants, Manchester has one of the most lively food cultures. Zouk Tea Bar & Grill has the city's most famous Indian curries, with a great selection of teas. For a high-end experience, you can visit Mana, which is a Michelin Star, reservation-only restaurant with a locally sourced avant-garde menu.

Whether you are a gourmet seeker or live for hole-in-the-wall eateries, you will find something that will comfort you. So, don't be afraid to explore the food scene in UK. Go ahead and start your own culinary journey.


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