Many countries that makeup Europe are known for their popular foods. People travel to Italy to taste the pizza and pasta, Switzerland for the fondue, Germany for the bratwurst, and France for the escargot (which is actually really good, as long as you forget the fact that you’re eating snails). But out of all of the European countries, Great Britain — which comprises England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales — does not have the best reputation for their meals.
But there are many other reasons to visit the beautiful island nation. Buckingham Palace — home of Queen Elizabeth II — in London, the Edinburgh Castle in Scotland, the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland, and the Snowdonia National Park in Wales are some of the most visited places in Great Britain. And eventually, you’re going to have to feed yourself. So what to eat? Here are the most common British foods that the rest of the world thinks are weird.