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I Guess We Need To Eat In England, Too - Recommendations?

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Tracy's already practicing her British slang by saying, "Tom, you plonker!"

Anyway, although we usually spend 18 hours a day sightseeing, on occasion our little group likes to stop and grab a bite.

I was hoping you guys could help us out on our restaurant search. We will be staying in London (six nights), Salisbury (one night), Bath (two nights), Tetbury (three nights) and Chipping Campden (three nights). I don't believe we are going to pack dressy clothes, so casual to nice casual will work. Any price range.

Is there a best fish and chips place? Tracy wants to see if they can beat the fish and chips she had at Pastis in NYC. Also, would be interested in a good Indian restaurant, but we will eat most anything from anywhere.

I have a list of pubs a mile long. I know I want to go to Ye Olde Mitre (looks very cool). Is there one pub you might recommend for food (in any of the places we are visiting)?

How dressy is Simpson's In The Strand? I know it probably is touristy and might not be the best choice, but this was a place I dined with my parents back in the late 60s when I was just a young lad on my first Europe trip (gave me the travel bug for life), so it would be more of a sentimental choice if I decided to go.

Thanks for all your help, and we promise to try and not run down any of you locals while we are in your country.


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