Nothing more British than fish and chips

English is not only known for clotted cream and scones, but the collection of quintessentially British foods also write fish and chips at the top line as a national dish due to its popularity worldwide. A standard portion consists mainly of freshly crispy deep-fried fish and chips topped with salt and vinegar, tartare sauce on the…

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Love Autumn in Regent Park

“Autumn killed the summer with the softest kiss” I make no secret of my love for the autumn of England when it’s not too cold, and the sun covers the whole city by its honey light. What a beautiful season! There are numerous places and corners in London that you can capture the most gorgeous…

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Good afternoon! Let’s have some tea

“Tea to the English is really a picnic indoor” – Alice Walker Afternoon tea has long been concerned as the most quintessential of English customs, which was created by the seventh Duchess of Bedford in 1894 due to her demand. The Duchess would be hungry around 4 o’clock in the afternoon while the evening meal…

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