Italians can keep their pizza, and Chinese people can keep their spring rolls, because the ultimate comfort food was born right here in the UK. This no-fuss eatery in the middle of London's Soho serves the very best of British cuisine – bangers 'n' mash, and pies. A meal from Mother Mash is guaranteed to warm you up from the inside out, with what they aptly describe as 'the ultimate feel-good food.' Who could possibly say no to that?
Bangers or pie? That is the question
The premise at Mother Mash is simple. Step 1, choose the mash to suit your mood. Step 2, make the big decision between sausages or pie. And then finally, it's time for Step 3, and perhaps the most important choice. Which hearty gravy do you want to drench your dish in?
There's enough choice at Mother Mash to cater to all tastes. Whether it's the London Smokey or Smithfield 1982 sausage that floats your boat, you'll find your favourite here. And be sure to pair it with the perfect accompaniments, so go for the Bubble And Squeak if you like to keep things classy, or opt for the Sweet Potato Mash, which bundles in carrots and a sprinkling of chilli, if you're feeling a bit out there.
Long-standing British classics, bangers 'n' mash and pies are up there as the best comfort food around. So the guys behind this place dedicated the menu to only those dishes. And time after time they deliver on their mantra that gave the restaurant its name: the greatest in comfort foods, as only mother could make them. Not only that, but they use organic sausages and locally sourced potatoes in all their creations.
And the good news doesn't stop there, they're open all day long – because sausages are a welcome addition to any meal of the day. Breakfast, lunch or dinner, Mother Mash is waiting to make your day just that little bit better.
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It might sound like a meat-heavy joint, but it's not just about the pork here. Mother Mash caters for all tastebuds, offering up gluten free and vegetarian sausages alongside the classic Cumberlands. That said, the Aberdeen Angus Steak Pie is one of the favourites here, with its crumbling crust giving way to the tender, melt-in-the-mouth delights inside. Pair it with an onion gravy and you might never choose anywhere else for lunch again.
The Butternut Squash And Goats' Cheese Pie is a popular one for the vegetarians, or those looking for a lighter option. But no fear – sacrificing the meat certainly doesn't mean you'll lose out on flavor with this one.