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But what you get is worth every penny: a heaving plate of roasted Ross Country sirloin beef carved straight from the trolley, alongside honey-roast parsnips, buttered spinach and Yorkshire pudding.

James Longmire, a tour guide in Liverpool says, “This is where I take just small groups of visitors who want to see a modern bar but with some old Liverpool atmosphere.

The roasts are American-style and really popular – I always go for the salt beef brisket with cajun spices and bourbon gravy.” 6 | Best For Proper British Puddings: The Inn at Whitewell, Lancashire Coogan and Brydon ate in this lavish country pub in the first series of The Trip, but locals in this neck of the Forest of Bowland (home of numerous witch trials in centuries past) have long known that the main draw here has nothing to do with celebrity.

Old wharf passage come off the motorway by Aust and head towards Avonmouth. From the M5: J17 take the A4018 then follow brown elephant signs.

Get in right hand lane on dual carriage way and turn right towards vineyard carry on down road over hill and you come to a long unlit straight. From Bristol City Centre: follow the brown elephant signs and/or signs to Clifton.

Barrow in furness Isolated car parks at the south end of walney island. Go up the road for two miles, follow track on left for one mile. Park your car at the North car park on Clifton Down and walk to the common opposite it for a good dogging spot in England. Drive past the airport and turn right towards chew magna, left into Felton Road little car park there.

Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre There is a Car Park to the right near the woods. It is just off station road, next to the rail station between Blackwell and Nailsea. Drive just off Abotts road in Hanham and you will find the Bristol Castel Farm road. Bristol Downs: As you drive up the hill onto Downs via road almost opposite Zoo, turn left at top of hill.

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Try a pint of the BBF Bitter Kiwi (made with hops from New Zealand) with a cut of roast beef – it’s a nigh on perfect match.” We’d also recommend sampling the Barge’s top deck, which boasts a near- panoramic view of the harbour and Brunel’s SS Great Britain.

The Yorkshire puds are almost as big as the plate, and expertly light.

Puddings are fattening and rich – the baked Alaska is a sensation.” For the Rolls Royce of roasts, look no further.

They also describe their cheeses well, along the lines of a wine list.