8 British Foods the Rest of the World Doesn t Want to Try

Although most people don't imagine sheep's internal organs when thinking about a snack, haggis is a Scottish delicacy.


They are made from chopped and boiled eels, which were formerly abundant in the River Thames, combined with spices. The stock is then allowed to cool and solidify into a jelly.

Jellied Eels

Sardine heads poked through the pie crust make up stargazy pie, a pastry dish.

Stargazy Pie

Black pudding, which is produced by combining pig or beef blood with cereal like muesli, may not be the best option for travellers for breakfast because some people find eating blood upsetting.

Black Pudding

Black pudding is sometimes substituted with white pudding because it doesn't

White Pudding

Beans on toast, a straightforward dish consisting of baked beans served on toast, is among the most well-known illustrations of the divisive character of British cuisine.

Baked Beans on Toast

Liquor, sometimes known as parsley sauce, is made using flour, butter, milk, and chopped parsley.


Split down the middle, smoked herring is called kippers and is a staple morning dish in Britain.