Guy and Hunter’s epic adventure winds down in London, England where the father-son duo visit the oldest fish & chips shop in town. If you haven’t already caught the episode, you can watch it online here.

Rock & Soul Plaice, established back in 1871, is a year-long hotspot among locals and tourists alike. While the French invented “pomme frites” (French fries), it was the Brits who invented “chips.” The humble restaurant owner reveals the best ingredient for a traditional fish & chips dish is cod loin. They’re coated in a thin, crisp batter, leaving just a light crush on the fish. Nothing on the plate is greasy.

“It’s flaky and light but still has a nice crunch on the batter,” Guy says upon his first bite.

After touring the city on a double-decker bus, it was time for the two to indulge in some “real deal Indian food,” as Guy likes to call it. “This is an important part of the culture of food in London.”

At Punjab, the oldest the oldest North Indian restaurant in the UK, the duo took turns making their own naan bread. A typical naan recipe involves mixing white flour with salt, yeast and yogurt to make a smooth, stretchy dough. It’s cooked in a cylindrical clay oven also known as a tandoor. After passing around plates homemade chutney, seekh kebab, chicken korma and papadum, the food coma sets in and it’s time to call it a day.

Take a trip to England just like Guy and Hunter and eat like a Brit with this London-inspired menu.

Appetizers:

Naan Wedges

Chicken Cornish Pasties

Salt Cured Cod and Roasted Garlic Spread Crouton

Fish Sticks with Dill Caper Aoili

Main Dishes:

Fish and Chips

Bangers and Green Mash with Onion Gravy

Chicken Tikka

Jhal Muri

Desserts:

Classic English Trifle

Yorkshire Pudding

Rhubarb and Rosewater Eton Mess

Blueberry Scones with Lemon Glaze