Haggis, neeps and tatties, cockles and whelks -- it's either the start of a unique nursery rhyme or a list of some of the more unusual foods Andrew experiences on his journey through the UK.Go to Episode
Andrew eats pheasant served with oatmeal cakes stuffed with haggis, as well as the heather honey ice cream.
1 Princes St., Edinburgh, EH2 2EQ, United Kingdom
Andrew enjoys St. James cheese (washed rind, unpasteurized sheep's milk cheese) and bangers (sausages).
8 Southwark St., London, SE1, United Kingdom
Andrew enjoys the Scottish national dish, haggis.
97 Broughton St., Edinburgh, EH1 E4Z, United Kingdom
Since its establishment in 1862, F. Cooke's has been managed by the Cooke family. Andrew enjoys minced meat pie with parsley sauce and stewed eels.
London, United Kingdom
Andrew eats raw scallops, jellied eels and zungenwurst (beef tongue with head fat and blood).
87-135 Brompton Rd., Knightsbridge, London, SW1X7XL, United Kingdom
Home of Rob Rees (the Cotswolds chef)
Andrew visits chef Rob Rees for some jugged hare (hare stewed in its own blood) and Christmas pudding.
Cotswolds, England, United Kingdom
Andrew dines on grilled rare ox heart with bone marrow, herring roe on toast and pigeon.
The Floral Hall, Stoney St., London, SE1 1TL, United Kingdom
Andrew samples faggots and peas (meat, onion, pig's liver, and herbs), whelks, cockles and laverbread (seaweed bread).
Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom
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