Whilst studying in the UK you will experience many things, you will start to understand British culture, the British lifestyle and you will indulge yourself in the British cuisine. Besides you will require fuel for the brain for when you are studying all those hours. Food is the language of culture and culture is a way of life. But, have you ever wondered about the variety of traditional foods which originate from the British people? We have collected the most famous British dishes so you don’t need to look any further.

  1. Fish and Chips:

Wherever you are from the world, wherever you have come from we have all heard of the most famous dish in Britain; Fish and Chips. This dish is a MUST try when you are in the UK. Wherever you reside within the UK you will not run of options on where you can purchase this. However, make sure you choose wisely because the preparation does matter to the final taste.

  1. Shepard’s pie:

This is a classic British meal, the origination of this dish started in Scotland and North of England. It is made with minced lamb and vegetables which is then topped with mash potatoes. It is believed that the first creation was in the late 1700’s and early 1800 from the leftovers of food. Who would have thought that leftovers can create such a dish?

  1. Full English Breakfast

So, breakfast is known as the most important meal of the day and whether you are studying or doing something which is physically and mentally demanding; you need to start your day with a full English breakfast! Try it, you won’t be disappointed.

  1. Chicken Tikka Masala

This dish has been voted one of the best dishes in Britain by the public. Although it has South Asian roots some evidence suggests that it was first created in Manchester, England. You can taste this dish wherever you are as it is in every Indian restaurant… So head on over and give it a try.

  1. Bangers and Mash

Also known as sausages and mash, this dish is a very traditional English meal which can be found in most Cafés around England. It can be very easily made at home. The word ‘bangers’ originated from the time of World War I where there was a vast majority of meat shortages. They used to prepare the sausages with a number of fillers, especially water. This used to cause the sausages to explode open when cooked and go BANG!