Who’s up for a food-based post? I hope you’re hungry, because the British like them some big portions! First, let’s look at the venue:
This Gastropub is located at 7 Totteridge Village, London, England. It holds a 4.1 Star rating but I would definitely give it that extra star after the meals we enjoyed! Let’s have a look inside:
We visited this pub for a traditional English Sunday dinner. Growing up with British parents, this was a big part of my childhood. It was wonderful to revisit this memory from my past with my now aging parents!
So what did we have?
See what I mean about the portion size? Well, you ain’t seen nothing yet:
Three huge locally-made spicy sausages, mashed potatoes, carrots, cauliflower, all swimming in gravy, served in a Yorkshire pudding bowl! I washed it down with a pint of Bitter. And if you’re wondering: Yes. I finished every last bit of it!
Most local pubs in England have been bought out by large conglomerates which makes the pub-going experience rather generic now. But because this Pub was still independently owned, they made all of their menu options from scratch, which meant my wife could eat gluten-free.
The last thing to remember about having a great meal is to eat with family and friends!
This was a little Italian restaurant just outside London. And yes, I’m drinking another beer. Hey, I was on vacation!
So what’s the final word? YUM!