British Delight at the Simpson’s in the Strand

Any traditional dinners in the room? Well, this week we visited one of the most iconic restaurants in London no other than the Simpsons in the Strand.

Located near vibrant Covent Garden, Simpson’s offers a unique dining experience right in the heart of London. Within walking distance of The Savoy Theatre, Somerset House and The National Gallery, we are perfectly placed for everything from decadent pre-theatre meals to quiet lunchtime catchups with friends.

We got a chance to taste pies from Master Cook Adrian Martin’s ‘Bill of Fare’, as well as pies created exclusively for this ‘Pie Week’.

Adrian Martin has delved into the restaurant’s history books to create a Bill of Fare which reflects back upon the steadfast dishes of the restaurant’s 190-year history and recovers dishes, techniques and ingredients that were once commonplace.

The night started with a Duck and Pork raised pie, traditionally served with pickled vegetables, followed by the Pie Week special of Norfolk Chicken, Ham Hock & Morel Mushroom Pudding Pie served with mash and liquor sauce. To die for!

Sticking to the theme, the evening ended with a seasonal Pink Rhubarb and Ginger Pie doused with Vanilla Custard, and the delicious Tariquet wine.

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