Category: Bar Snacks

Places that do bar snacks. Our definition of bar snacks is food items that come on plates or in bowls, often with an accompanying napkin, and can be eaten without cutlery (though a knife for spreading pate or cutting a pork pie is permissible). This includes pork pies, sausage rolls, half-pints of prawns, charcuterie plates, cheese plates, fried whitebait, and so on. It excludes places that only do full meals — see pub food and restaurants for those.

It also includes things like olives, spiced nuts, wasabi peas, and pork scratchings, but only when these are served from jars behind the bar rather than in individual packets. The idea is to mark out places where you can get something a little out of the ordinary, as opposed to a bag of Walker's cheese-and-onion and a packet of Mr Porky pork scratchings.

Places to get bar snacks (view them on a map):

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