Photography by Chris Osburn
Sunday, the 7th of February is Yorkshire Pudding Day. Who knew? Apparently, last year marked the inauguration of this presumedly PR-driven holiday, which is to fall on the first Sunday of February. Still, there are far less deliciously British things celebrated throughout the year. Besides, this albeit goofy excuse to feast also yields an excellent reason to visit The Restaurant at St Paul's (a dining establishment Londonist heartily recommends to anyone interested in fine British cuisine).
For the occasion, St Paul's head chef Candice Webber has created a Yorkshire Pudding-centric menu with Yorkshire Pudding creations available across three courses. Consider Yorkshire Pudding with Wensleydale & spinach, a classic main of Toad in the Hole with home made Yorkshire Pork sausages and a Yorkshire Pudding with a choice of jam, treacle or clotted cream for dessert.
The special Yorkshire Pudding menu will be available from noon to 4pm on Sunday the 7th priced at two courses for £20 or three for £24. More details at www.restaurantatstpauls.co.uk.