There is something alluring and menacing in the air throughout the UK when it comes to the people, the scenery, and especially the cuisine, and Tony is off to try and discover what it is.Go to Episode
The Mermaid Chip Shop
Tony and best-selling crime author Ian Rankin have a lunch of deep-fried ribs at The Mermaid Chip Shop, a local favorite for anything deep-fried, including haggis and king rib.
43-45 Leith Walk, Edinburgh, EH6, United Kingdom
Tony visits one of Edinburgh's best restaurants. At the Michelin-Star-awarded The Kitchin, Tom Kitchin seeks to take traditional Scottish ingredients and elevate them to new levels.
78 Commercial St., Edinburgh, EH6 6LX
St. John Bread and Wine
Tony visits friend and fellow chef Fergus Henderson at St. John Bread and Wine, Fergus' newest restaurant. Tony enjoys roasted bone marrow with toasted bread, stewed pig's head with bacon and blood cake.
94-96 Commercial St., London E1 6LZ
The Yew Tree (Outside of London)
Tony and Marco Pierre White sit down to dinner at The Yew Tree Inn is a place to have fun and experiment with new twists on old classics. Offerings include quail eggs with hollandaise sauce, roast venison and pan-roasted partridge with bacon.
Highclere Newbury, Berkshire RG20 9S
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