Steak sarny, chunky chips, onion relish. Happy days.
What are you favourite bar meals?
@Bunnyhop, they used to many many years ago but monkfish is more money than scampi.
It's a Dozen oysters or a crab po'boy for me.
christ I feel hungry now :'(
I had some nice smoked olives while on holiday recently.
Back in Blighty: Pie n chips.
EDIT: Cheese and fish?!
@Bunnyhop, they used to many many years ago but monkfish is more money than scampi.Very interesting and good to know.
Very partial to traditional ham, egg and chips - with a pint of ale...
Ham preferably carved from the bone
Fond memories going back to late teens and ham, egg and chips in the Royal Oak (IIRC?), Hatherleigh, Devon. The ham was hanging above the bar and it was a question of a few good slices straight off and onto the plate...
... thinking back, mid-late 80s, pre- smoking ban, the pork should have been well preserved
I can't do Food AND Booze at the same time.
I'm either out for a meal, or out on't piss. Not both.
I do, however, eat like a madman once soused, and have been known to need the help of 2 kebab compasses to navigate my way home.
all day breakfast??? I know that they have chips which makes them wrong but sometimes you get a proper fryup
Beery lunch? - nope
Eating food in pubs? - nope
...hmmm - not much help there I'm afraid.
Pie or burger and chips.
Turkey/bacon club sandwich with chips.
Mixed grill (with chips).
however most pubs use monkfish tails as a substitute
Back in the day, yes, but not now. Most pub scampi is formed from the shitty scraps, and formed with some other guff.
Welsh rarebit or a good thick tasty burger
Pie and beans!
Pie red hot on the ootside and stain cauld in the middle, smothered in luke warm beans!
and have been known to need the help of 2 kebab compasses to navigate my way home
I've never heard that expression before. That's quality!!!
Steak and ale pie, chips and pint of ale.
Hunters chicken, or a BBQ chicken melt for me, Chicken, Bacon, Cheese and BBQ sauce, Lovely!
I think, in honour of DrP, we need to find a pub that can take on his wonderous creation.
Imagine a Sunday lunchtime hair-of-the-dog? A full English breakfast pie, with chips and a pint. Frankly, I can't think of anything better than that
Buffalo wings served with blue cheese sauce.
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