To celebrate St David’s Day we’re keen to hunt down some delicious Welsh food in the capital..
Set up by Welsh chef Bryn Williams fit’s no surprise Odette’s in Primrose Hill is offering a set four course meal to celebrate St David’s Day for £50. Penderyn Whisky Sour welcome and wine pairing with meal for £80.
Starter: Pressed leek terrine, cockles & bacon
Main: Braised cheek of Welsh Beef, mashed potato, shallot & parsley salad
Followed by: Selection of Welsh Cheeses
Dessert: Buttermilk pannacotta, rhubarb & ginger
Head to The Butcher’s Hook or Simpsons in the Strand, who has been offering traditional UK dishes since 1828. Other places where you can find this Welsh classic dish include Ye Olde Cock Tavern and The Garrison House. Find more options on the MenuSpring website.
At the Reform Social and Grill you can enjoy a Welsh cinnamon cake with clotted cream.
Inspired by British gentlemen’s clubs, High Tea of Highgate serve up Speckled Bread, a traditional Welsh dish.
Other welsh treats
Reform Social and Grill also serve a Welsh Wagyu beef burger – hel-lo…