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It’s no secret that British food has a bad rap. Today we’re on a mission to decide which dishes have been unfairly treated, and which ones are in fact… just a bit crap. We dive deep into the history of some classic British foods and, with insight from the Sorted community and 3 of our finest normals, come to a conclusion about whether or not they deserve their reputation.

Best Soundbite: “That’s how I got to eat a pickled willy” – Jamie Spafford
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