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A restaurant in Marylebone has launched a Yorkshire pudding menu

Everyone knows Yorkshire puddings are the best part of a roast dinner. In fact, if we had it our way, we'd dispense with all the other pointless extras (carrots? Who needs 'em?) and put the pud in the spotlight where it belongs. And now all our culinary dreams are coming true as Marylebone restaurant Reform Social and Grill has launched a limited-edition menu dedicated to Yorkshire's finest export.

It's a game of two halves, as they're offering both savoury platters AND sweet ones, which might sound weird, but trust us, it's not. On the savoury front, they're serving up a trio of Yorkshires filled with salt beef and horseradish, hot smoked salmon and cream cheese, and cheese and truffles. Once you've ploughed through that, it's onto dessert, with chocolate and caramel, clotted cream and jam, and banana and custard. You'll need to get in there quickly, as the Yorkshire pud platters are only available until the end of February – but at £8 a pop, it'd be rude not to order both.  

Reform Social and Grill is at Mandeville Place, W1U 2BE

In other food news, you can now get a rainbow bagel on Brick Lane.

Oh, and Pizza GoGo are now selling 23-carat gold pizza for £500 each. 

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5 comments
Lisa S
Lisa S

www.theatresonline.com

Kris S
Kris S

My granny in Sheffield was serving Yorkshire puddings (baked in an Aga)  with apricot jam when I was a child in the 1950s. What's new??

Bill R
Bill R

I'll stick to onion gravy.

June D
June D

Being a born and bred Yorkshire lass, jam on Yorkshire Pudding is nothing new