London food guide: 8 things you need to try in London (part 2)

Sunday roast

As its name suggests, Sunday roast is a main meal typically served on Sunday. It consists of roasted meat, roast potato, and accompaniments like sausages, vegetables, stuffing, gravy, and Yorkshire pudding. In a UK poll, this dish ranked the second in a list of things that people love about Britain. The meats used for the Sunday roast can be chicken, beef, pork, turkey, and lamb; therefore, it is a versatile dish that can suit a variety of tastes. when it comes to an original Sunday roast, the most important thing is to have the Yorkshire pudding on your table – this food is made from batter consisting of eggs, flour, and water or milk.

Pie and mash

This food has originated in London, making it even more a must-try when visiting London. Traditionally, it is a food of the working class, developed in the 19th century. Pie and mash consists of minced beef and cold water pastry pie served with mashed potato. Parsley sauce, commonly called eel liquor sauce or liquor (but it doesn’t contain any alcohol), is often added to the dish. It is one of the most affordable dishes in the capital of the UK, perfect at the end of your visit, when you might have little money left in your pocket.

Eton mess

A meal in the city of London can not be perfect without a typical English desert such as Eton mess. It is an English dessert consisting of broken meringue, strawberries, and whipped heavy cream. As its name suggests, it has originated at the famous Eton College with its first mention in print dating from 1893. Although meringue was added to the dessert later, what hasn’t changed is the messy aspect of the dessert with different fruits available. However, the classic strawberry version is the most favorite of both locals and tourists alike.

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