Fish And Chips- Now everyone that's not from England, when asked what food is England known for will say this. And you're not wrong it's delicious. Fish and chips can be found in most places, it's best to go to a proper fish and chip shop, that just sells fish and chips, as they will taste so much better. The best fish and chips are found in seaside towns, but of course you get some nice places in the cities too.
Bangers and Mash- This is another British classic it's basically just sausages with mash and gravy. The sausages unlike most sausages, are made with fresh meat and mixed with spices, they're not like you're typical pork sausages. Then mash is just potatoes mashed up usually with butter.
Full English Breakfast- This is another one you've probably heard of, and probably one of my favourites. It's a huge breakfast made up of lots of different items; toast, eggs, sausages, hash browns, beans, mushrooms, tomatoes. Sometimes more and sometimes less. They are delicious and it's the perfect meal for a hangover.
Some sort of Pie- Pie's are really popular here in England. You can buy them on most streets. In England there are actually shops just dedicated to pies. And there are loads of different ones to pick from. Here's a few; steak, chicken, bacon and chicken, leek and potato, bacon and cheese. Plus loads more, so definitely try a pie. Steak and Kidney is a famous one, but i'm not really to keen on the Kidney, but a lot of people love it.
Roast Beef Dinner- A roast dinner again is another really popular one. Often called a Sunday Roast. It's basically a big meat joint that's cooked in the oven. Usually beef, pork, chicken or lamb. Then served with vegtables, potatoes, gravy and usually yorkshire puddings... which i'll get to later. It's a really nice meal and i can almost guarantee you'll love it.
Beans on Toast- This is a simple one, but i had to put it in just becuase, well it's actually great. It's basically just toast with baked beans on. It sounds simple but it's great for a lunch or quick meal. Can be ordered in most pubs.
Yorkshire Pudding- This is a strange one and usually can't be found anywhere but in England. They are really easy to make, and are usually served with a roast dinner. It's basically just flour, eggs and milk, they're then mixed into a batter, and put into tins in the oven. When finished, they are crispy batter basically. Some people even eat them with jam or sweet things on for dessert.
Pork Pie- Found in most bakeries. This is basically roughly chopped pork inside a thick crust pastry. They are usually eaten as a snack, and you can get many different sizes.
Bacon Sandwich- A bacon sandwich. Voted the British person's favourite food, and you'll see why when you try it. It's basically just bacon inside bread with usually tomato or brown sauce on, again it sounds simple, but tastes incredible. Usually eaten at breakfasts or sometimes lunch.
Cornish Pasty- This is another delicious sort of pie. The best ones can be bought in Cornwall a part of south west England. But they can be bought almost anywhere. It's basically a pasty, containing meat vegtables and potato and a range of spices. They are usually eaten warm, and taste great.