30 of the most popular dishes in the United Kingdom with some details:

  1. Fish and chips - Deep-fried battered fish served with thick-cut fries.

  2. Sunday roast - A traditional British meal typically served on Sundays, consisting of roast beef, lamb or chicken, with vegetables, roast potatoes and gravy.

  3. Full English breakfast - A hearty breakfast that usually includes eggs, bacon, sausages, grilled tomatoes, baked beans, mushrooms, black pudding and toast.

  4. Shepherd's pie - A savory dish made with minced lamb (or beef), vegetables and mashed potatoes.

  5. Bangers and mash - A dish made with sausages and mashed potatoes, often served with onion gravy.

  6. Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding - A classic British dish featuring roast beef and a side of crispy Yorkshire pudding, made with flour, eggs and milk.

  7. Cottage pie - Similar to shepherd's pie, but made with minced beef instead of lamb.

  8. Steak and kidney pie - A savory pie made with beef, kidney, onions and gravy, typically served with mashed potatoes and vegetables.

  9. Toad in the hole - A dish made with sausages baked in a batter of eggs, flour, and milk, often served with gravy and vegetables.

  10. Cornish pasty - A pastry filled with meat, vegetables and potatoes, traditionally from Cornwall.

  11. Chicken tikka masala - A popular dish that originated in the UK, made with marinated chicken cooked in a creamy tomato-based sauce.

  12. Beef Wellington - A classic dish made with fillet steak coated with pâté and wrapped in puff pastry.

  13. Lancashire hotpot - A slow-cooked stew made with lamb or beef, onions and potatoes, originating from Lancashire.

  14. Bubble and squeak - A dish made with leftover vegetables, typically potatoes and cabbage, fried together and served as a side dish.

  15. Haggis - A savory pudding made with sheep's heart, liver and lungs, oats, and spices, traditionally from Scotland.

  16. Black pudding - A type of blood sausage made with pig's blood, fat and oatmeal.

  17. Ploughman's lunch - A traditional pub meal consisting of bread, cheese, pickles and sometimes ham or other cold meats.

  18. Chicken and mushroom pie - A savory pie made with chicken, mushrooms, and a creamy sauce.

  19. Welsh rarebit - A dish made with melted cheese on toast, typically seasoned with mustard, Worcestershire sauce, and beer.

  20. Crumpets - Small, round, spongy breads with holes on the top, often served toasted with butter and jam.

  21. Sticky toffee pudding - A dessert made with a moist sponge cake filled with dates and covered in a toffee sauce.

  22. Eton mess - A dessert made with strawberries, cream, and crushed meringue.

  23. Trifle - A dessert made with layers of sponge cake, fruit, custard, and whipped cream.

  24. Apple crumble - A dessert made with stewed apples topped with a crumbly mixture of flour, sugar, and butter.

  25. Banoffee pie - A dessert made with a biscuit base, bananas, and toffee sauce, topped with whipped cream.

  26. Victoria sponge cake - A classic sponge cake filled with jam and whipped cream.

  27. Lemon drizzle cake - A moist sponge cake flavored with lemon juice and zest, topped with a sweet lemon glaze.

  28. Scones - Small, lightly sweetened cakes often served with jam and clotted cream.

  29. Mince pies - Small pies filled with spiced mincemeat, typically served during the Christmas season.

  30. Yorkshire pudding - A savory pastry made with