What's the best local cuisine in the UK?

It’s Scotland, isn’t it?

cornwall, possibly Liverpool.

It is. Specifically, Scottish breakfast foods.

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Definitely England

Poor Wales, it has absolutely NO food identity :neutral_face::unamused::unamused::no_mouth::neutral_face:

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Cheese on toast?

exactly

but I’m nowhere near Scotland!

Leeks, motherfucker!

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East Anglia

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Scotland:

offal; deep fried chocolate bars; oats

Wales:

Leeks; cheese on toast

England:

differently cooked potatoes.

Tough call tbf

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It’s probably Yorkshire.
The answer to this sort of question is usually Yorkshire.
Cunts.

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Oops

Northern Ireland

taytos

yorkshire: puddings

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Birmingham - home of the balti

probably Gibraltar tbh

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Birmingham I reckon

It is SO Scotland.

Square sausage
(can we count black pudding?)
Haggis
Macaroni pie
Scotch pie
Mince and tatties
Kedgeree
Cullen skink ffs!
BUTTERIES
Tablet
Oatcakes
Shortbread
Porridge

It’s the best. Easy.

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London - home of the haggis toastie.

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