Britain & Ireland

Food & Culture

Britain and Ireland may not have always been renowned for local cuisine, but the times are a changin’, and today the streets are lined with a unique blend of modern and traditional flavors, from pork pies to Michelin Star feasts. 

Whether you’re desperate to try a famous scotch egg in Scotland, feast on tea and scones in Torquay (Agatha Christie’s old stomping ground), dine with the Guinness family in their home, or try local ciders, whiskeys, and ales, seafood, cheeses, and sweet treats, Britain and Ireland have something everyone.

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Food in the British Isles: Cream Teas and Whisky Trails

Better pack the stretchy-pants – you’re going to need them.


Insider’s View

On Location with Adams & Butler

A Foodie’s Guide to Britain and Ireland.


Top Ten Lists

10 Essential Things to Eat and Drink in the British Isles

From the cocktails of London and sweet breads of Wales, to the deep-fried candy bars, eggs, and pizzas of Scotland, Britain and Ireland have something for everyone.


Chef’s Recipe

Tagliatelle with Prosciutto and Peas

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Travel Style

More Than Pudding: Follow the Trails to Yorkshire’s Best Eats

Introducing Yorkshire: The foodiest region of the British Isles.


Hotels & Resorts

The Art of Luxury

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