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9 places to celebrate British Food Fortnight

Updated: Jan 16, 2020

September 21st is the start of British Food Fortnight so we’ve put together a list of 9 places in London where you can take the humans to enjoy some great British grub.

In the original guardhouse building of the Royal Arsenal, The Guardhouse serves breakfast, lunch and dinner every day. They celebrate the best of British food by using seasonal ingredients throughout the year.

Enjoy classics such as fish and chips or sausage and mash, then walk it off in Greenwich Park.


Situated on the Regents Canal, The Narrowboat serves British pub classics alongside their own modern inventions. Open every day for lunch and dinner. Try their famous Sunday roast then go for a stroll along the canal.


The Tulse Hill Hotel is a pub with rooms between Brixton and Dulwich serving breakfast, lunch and dinner every day. Their seasonal British menus are complemented by their selection of organic and bio dynamic wines.


The newest restaurant in the M chain is open daily for lunch and dinner, also brunch at the weekend. Their menu was designed by Great British Menu chef Michael Reid and is inspired by the London Grill Dining Rooms of the ‘70s. They also have a modern British cocktail list.


Romeo Jones is in the heart of Dulwich village and you can enjoy a range of dishes made from fresh British produce, whilst also appreciating the work of local artists. They also make a great cup of coffee and sell a range of Lily’s Kitchen dog food.


Open daily for lunch and dinner with a brunch menu on Saturdays, The Marksman is a great local East End pub. Their menus focus on the best of seasonal British food alongside a selection of local beers.


Right outside the gates of Battersea Park you will find The Prince Albert, where you can get brunch, lunch and dinner every day. The team use the very best of British and locally sourced ingredients to produce such classics as chicken and ham pie and haunch of venison.

You might need that walk in the park after that!


The Mayflower is the oldest pub on the Thames, dating back to c.1550 and boasting the best fish and chips in London.

The menu is fresh, seasonal and British with a selection of British ales. They also have an extensive selection of British cheeses.


The Elgin has a grade II listed bar, real wood fireplaces and a British seasonal menu of classics with a twist such as treacle and mustard braised short rib of beef. They are open daily for brunch, lunch and dinner. They also serve a rugby World Cup breakfast.


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