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This City Is A Must-Visit For Foodies Traveling To The U.K.
While England isn't typically seen as a foodie destination outside of London, the opinion can be changed by a visit to the county of Cornwall.
Cornwall's produce is so superior that it has a protected designation on its pasties, sardines, and clotted cream to ensure they aren't reproduced elsewhere.
Its most famous traditional foods include the Cornish pasty and cream tea, Cornish saffron bun, Cornish Yarg cheese, and ice cream made from its clotted cream.
With an extensive coastline, you must try Cornwall's fish and chips. Newlyn crab caught near Penzance is considered the best, and mackerel is often baked inside a stargazey pie.
Cornwall's sardines and pilchards are also staples of traditional seafood dishes. With three Michelin-starred eateries, the county offers top-quality foods throughout its stretch.
In Port Isaac, Outlaw's New Road and Outlaw's Fish Kitchen boast Michelin stars, along with Paul Ainsworth at No.6 in Padstow. The Sardine Factory in Looe has a Bib Gourmand.
Celebrity chef Rick Stein has six restaurants in Cornwall, with his Café in Padstow boasting a Bib Gourmand. Per the Cornwall Guide, The Red Lion pub is the best place to eat crab.