A London Guide Book for the Traveler’s Palette
From the iconic afternoon tea party to the infamous late-night pub grub, Local Eats London is a beautifully illustrated pocket dictionary that translates the classic and sometimes-oddly-named cuisine of London to the hungry traveler.
Enjoy English food from England like a Londoner. What’s the difference between British biscuits and cookies? What is spotted dick? And what does Eton mess mean? This easy-to-carry, mini tome is all foodies need to enjoy the wide variety of unique and tasty English meals in London. Unlike typical travel books, Local Eats London replaces restaurant recommendations with delicious descriptions of traditional British fare found in markets, shops, pubs, and cafes.
For fans of British books and travel guides. Whether embarking on a trip or binging on Jane Austen and Downtown Abbey at home, Local Eats London makes for delightful British gifts and travel gifts. Interweaving charming water colors with humorous culinary reminiscences, each featured dish creates a lyrical and witty chronicle of the delicious discoveries a foreigner will experience in the vibrant city. To help travelers and Anglophiles navigate the what’s what of the casual London food scene, you’ll find typical foods found in:
- Morning brunch and cafes
- Afternoon high tea and picnics
- Midnight snack spots and pubs
If you’re looking for Downtown Abbey gifts for women, foodie books, or an England coffee table book—like Pretty City London, London's Afternoon Teas, Jane Was Here, or Secret London—then you’ll love Local Eats London.