Food in London. Picture 2006.

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Food in London
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Typical deluxe British breakfast in the food in London. Picture 2006.
Typical food in London
Deluxe British breakfast

Eating in London was complicated. There are so many restaurants of so many countries, including typical English food, that making up our mind for dinner was not at all easy. Even lunch, which is more of a thing of where we are at that time, frequently required a few minutes to decide among the many restaurants close by.

Food in London. Picture 2006.
Another typical food in London
Bake potato stuffed with tuna salad

Fish and Chips is a popular lunch on the go. We did try in a couple of places and it was fried fish and French fries and it was OK. One time the fries were fat and juicy, really good but too much for us. Fried tomato was usual included in the breakfast, and if we went with the deluxe there would also be beans. Bake potato with stuffing another favorite of the English cuisine and the ones we tried were pretty good. Last but not least were fried trout with chips and sausages with beans, both excellent.

Italian food in London. Picture 2006.
Italian food in London

Chinese restaurants are very common and spread out through everywhere we went. Well, in Chinatown there are very many of them concentrated in a few blocks. Most of the Chinese restaurants we visited had an extensive menu. There are also some Japanese restaurants with very good selection. The Indian Restaurants were really good too and spread out the city. There where other restaurants from other parts of Asia but we did not tried them.

There are many sushi restaurants in London. The food was excellent in those we tried. Picture 2006.
Many sushi restaurants in London

The Italian restaurants were everywhere. Some Beef restaurants with plenty of beef plates just like we have tried them in the US. And then there was the Texas Embassy close by Trafalgar Square serving Tex-Mex food. The desserts in all the restaurants were delicious and much richer than they usually are in the US.

Dessert in a sushi restaurant. Picture 2006.
Dessert in a sushi restaurant

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