London
Restaurants for
traditional dishes

5 places

The Wolseley

Restaurant

Europe, United Kingdom, London

We recommend Welsh Rarebit: Also sometimes called Welsh Rabbit, this dish has nothing to do with rabbits! Rather, Welsh Rarebit is a chic version of cheese on toast. Is is made using grated Cheddar and a mustard and beer sauce that is mixed together with an egg and placed on top of a slice of toast before being grilled in the oven.

Rules

Restaurant

Europe, United Kingdom, London

We recommend Beef Wellington: Named after The Duke of WellingtonĀ“s victory over Napoleon in Waterloo in 1815 this is a whole fillet of beef covered in pastry and is similar to the French beef en croute.

Simpson's-in-the-Strand

Restaurant

Europe, United Kingdom, London

We recommend Sunday Roast: This is a traditional roast with beef or lamb, mostly served on Sunday for lunch. It comes with a good Yorkshire pudding, which should be light so you can mop up the juices of the meat. The legend says that the tradition of Sunday Roasts was established when people put meat into the oven just before going to church, in order to have a prepared meal when coming back home.

Brady's

Pub

We recommend Fish and Chips: Served with a simple wedge of lemon, fish and chips are unbeatable when nice and crispy. Typically served with salt and vinegar.

The Windmill

Pub

Europe, United Kingdom, London

We recommend Steak and Kidney Pie: The most flavorsome and popular pie in the United Kingdom - enjoy with a pint in a good pub.