Although British food isn’t known for being refined, we had some pretty good food while we were in London. Here are some tips if you are planning a trip to London on where to eat.
The Admiralty was our first lunch in London, near Trafalgar Square. I had the lamb, feta, and pomegranate salad while the boyfriend ordered a steak and ebs pie. Both were very tasty and more than enough.
The Kings Arms
This restaurant in Tooley Street is mainly known for its ribs but they offer a lot more. Ribs were more my boyfriend his thing while I ordered the salmon from the suggestions. When I saw sticky toffee pudding on the dessert menu, I knew I had to try it. This dish didn’t only look good but it tasted amazing: the lukewarm pudding with the hot sticky sauce and the cold vanilla ice cream. A must try.
Walkers of Whitehall
This restaurant is hidden a bit in Whitehall. We ordered a grilled cajun chicken burger and some sliders (different mini burgers). They were good but some more chicken on my burger would be nice.
Dean Swift serves a Sunday roast with choices of beef, pork, chicken, or lamb. When we were there only chicken was left that was served with vegetables, baked potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, and gravy, a lot of gravy. Of course, I ended this meal with dessert: cheesecake.
Having afternoon tea is definitely something you have to do while in London. That will be on our list for next time.
Need ideas on what to do in London, you can find that here.
More interested in pubs around London? Check this out.