Sure, there's crap here just like in the US, and at one time food in restaurants was pretty poor, even by the estimation of many locals, but the general standard for food has become pretty good. There's lots of really nice food available in unlikely places, like in country pubs nestled deep in the woods. And the UK's answer to the ubiquitous Mexican restaurant is the curry house; if you're a fan of the spots around Devon and Western in Chicago, you'll be pleased to know that good Indian food is everywhere.
But this doesn't mean challenges don't still lurk on the menu; dishes featuring organ meats can be readily found. That steak and kidney pie isn't composed of beef and legumes; it's all beef, if you catch my drift. Unless you're the kind of person who likes sweetbreads or blood sausage, flee.
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