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British food in New Jersey?

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Ate very well on a recent London trip. (http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/7505...)

Where are the "gastropubs" and chip shops in New Jersey?

So far, I've found:

Argyle, Kearny
The British Chip Shop, Haddonfield
The Pie Store, Montclair
Salt Gastropub, Byram
The Ship Inn, Milford
The Thistle, Lyndhurst

What else is out there?

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  1. If you're only looking for restaurants, you've got a pretty high percentage. The only one I know that you've left out is Sally Lunn's in Chester. http://www.sallylunns.com/

    There are a couple of groceries too.

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    1. re: BrianYarvin

      Thanks, Brian. If I had known about Sally Lunn's, we could have tried it after apple picking at Riamede Farm this year.

      I am focusing on British food (i.e. English, Welsh, Scottish), trying to distinguish the British places from the more common Irish pubs.

      1. re: EthnicNJ

        Sally Lunn's serves several English dishes, including a Ploughman's lunch, and that Stilton will put hair on your chest.

        http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/389130

      1. Don't forget the Pie Shop in Upper Montclair, New Jersey. You can't dine in, but the take-away pies (and English sweets and grocery items) are first-rate delicious.

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        1. re: mzrb25

          I agree. Excellent savory pies. Try the curry chicken.

          1. Great beer at the Ship Inn.