London, UK.
Jellied eels are an old East End (of London) favourite where they are still sold from street stalls, to be eaten from china bowls sprinkled with hot chilli vinegar. Jellied eels are the sort of street food you wolf down while standing up or perhaps on the way home from the pub.
Traditional foods in London include pie and mash and jellied eels.
by Blue Cawdrey November 22, 2004

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