The humble Yorkshire Pud is a highlight of a roast dinner, and quite possibly Londoners’ favourite thing ever to hail from north of the Watford Gap*.
Now, finally, a restaurant has risen to the occasion and launched a whole menu of Yorkshire Puddings — both sweet and savoury.
Reform Social & Grill in Marylebone is serving its Yorkshire Pudding menu until the end of February — but if demand is high enough, it might last longer.
It consists of two separate platters which each cost £8 for a set of three mini Yorkshires with varying fillings.
The first, savoury, platter features a salt beef, horseradish and watercress pud; a hot-smoked salmon, cream cheese and chive version; and a final Yorkie filled with Tunworth cheese and truffle.
The second, sweet, platter consists of a chocolate and caramel pudding; a sugared Yorkie filled with clotted cream and jam; and a banana and custard pud.
That makes for a whole meal of six filled Yorkshires for £16.
You’d be a pudding not to give it a go.
* OK, we admit there’s some competition here.
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