Toss out some good places, please. Keep the budgets reasonable, preferably 20 quid a person before my American tipping (I feel so bad giving under 16 percent here. I need to stop it.) Hare or rabbit are a definite plus as I've been in the mood for both. Same thing for places with excellent stews. No purely fried food please, I'm trying to lose 20 pounds before early February (I'll be losing 10 of them overnight via dehydration, but I need to get within 10 pounds of that so I know for a fact that I'll be able to drop that overnight.)
Again, I'll travel anywhere. Unlimited bus pass and a pile of books! Yay!
I've been interested in trying jelly eels. Any reccs? Cart at Brick Lane market?
If this turns into another post of "Stop comparing NY and London" I will scream. I don't like London. End of story. Don't argue against it, convince me otherwise with food. One restaurant recc is worth more words than can be typed in one of these posts or ten of these posts for that matter. As a city, London can be nice and I enjoy a walk home in very light rain down Victorian street, but as far as food goes I'm more than sceptical.