The Irish have St. Patrick’s Day, the Scottish have St. Andrew’s Day and, in 1222, the Council of Oxford declared April 23rd to be St. George’s Day.
St. George is the Patron Saint of England and the 23rd April is a day that we can celebrate all things English! There are so many ways that you can show your patriotism on the 23rd of April from wrapping your car in a flag to wearing red and white to work but one of our favourite ways to celebrate is by eating some classic British food!
There is a huge selection of British restaurants in Nottingham both in the city centre and further afield. From good old fish and chips at The Wollaton to the finest fillet of British beef at Hart’s, there is a restaurant to suit every budget.
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Though widely thought of as the curry capital, there is a fantastic range of British restaurants in Leicester just waiting for you to try them out. Whether you’re looking to indulge in a little British luxury at Stapleford Park or fancy a classic British steak and ale pie at The Cow and Plough, you’re spoilt for choice in Leicester.
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The British restaurants in Leeds are always flying the flag for locally-sourced, modern British cuisine. From Harvey Nichols simple yet sophisticated ethos to the hearty Market Menu on offer at the ever-popular Sam’s Chop House, celebrating all that’s great about England has never been easier.
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There is a superb selection of British restaurants in Derby. From sophisticated hotel spa dining in the Peak District at The Orangery at Losehill House to wining and dining at Fat Cat, there’s something to suit everyone’s tastes and budgets.
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British restaurants in Northampton are one of the most popular dining destinations in the town! With stunning gastropubs such as The Red Lion in East Haddon serving slow-roasted English lamb and Oundle Mill serving the ultimate British dish; Sunday roast, there’s never been a better time to try English.
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British restaurants in Sheffield draw waves of customers in every day thanks to their stunning menus and classic surroundings. From a hearty, locally-sourced steak at the Bar and Grill to hotel dining at Darcy’s at Mosborough Hall you won’t be at a loss of where to eat this St. George’s Day!
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The British restaurants in Rutland are breath-taking. Ranging from the Michelin listed Finch’s Arms to Michelin star awarded Hambleton Hall, eating English has never been so sophisticated!
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So what are you waiting for? Get your flags at the ready, book your table and celebrate all the reasons why being English is so great!