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Dining Tour of England's Best Pub Food

The Hand and Flowers in Marlow, England.

Photo: Courtesy of The Hand & Flowers

Eat your way through the top pubs in London and beyond for authentic Scotch eggs, fish-and-chips, and pints.

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Themes: Food + Drink

Inspired by: Best British Gastropubs — by Adam Sachs, Published Aug. 2009

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    Fox & Anchor

    Business and leisure travelers are drawn to this cozy, late Victorian era gastropub near the historic Charterhouse complex—some even find good reas

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    The Hand & Flowers

    The Place: A small, charming pub where chef Tom Kerridge has earned a Michelin star. Visitors can stay in one of four cottages.


    The Classics: Kerr

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    Three Fishes

    With its tan exterior standing out against the oft-grey British sky, the Three Fishes pub holds to a self-proclaimed motto of “real pub, real food,

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    Star Inn

    To one side is a restaurant with a flashy, modern dining room and a Michelin star, but what you're looking for is next door, nearly hidden beneath

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    Sportsman

    There’s a story behind the cured ham Stephen Harris serves at his seaside pub on the pebbly Kent coast. “We’re not the archetypal village pub,” Har

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    Olive Branch

    Run by the same company that owns the Beech House and Red Lion Inn, this oh-so-British country pub blends authentic Brit pub fare and ale with a ma

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    Hinds Head

    The Hinds Head is what you see when you close your eyes and picture the words: Traditional. Village. Pub. A low-slung Tudor building, it resembles

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    Harwood Arms

    The Harwood Arms is a classic London gastropub that specializes in serving fresh, seasonal, and authentic British fare. Inside, a random collection

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    St. John Bar & Restaurant

    Vegetarians need not read further. Housed in a whitewashed old smokehouse near Smithfield meat market, St. John couldn’t be called a gastropub. But

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