Alas, the G&D doesn't have black pudding on its menu anymore. Like haggis, this is one ethnic meat dish that nobody in Phoenix seems to serve. So after perusing the "traditional fare" section of George & Dragon's menu, we went with the Steak & Kidney Pie.
Tasty pretty things
Great American nouvelle
Pizza guy gets lucky
It was the wurst of times
A new entrant in a competitive meat market
Tastes of 2004 that stuck to the ribs
Giuseppe's Italian Kitchen
Lemons picks his hypothetical "last meal"
Brazeiro's guests will be getting only a watered-down Rio, at best
Where's the beef? At Bisteces Taqueria.
An award should be given for surviving such a painful series ofmeals
Guido's Chicago Meat & Deli
Here's a meal well worth its high price
Food fit for a Muppet
Adonis is M.I.A.
Portions aplenty are Basis for contentment
It's one, two, three bites en route to the old ball game
Northwest Valley eateries come up short
Finally, fair Vietnamese fare
Maxie's World Grill moves into bigger digs
Dogging the town's frankfurter joints
Drinkwater's City Hall piles on the portions -- and the pounds
At city hall, the steaks are high (priced)
Phoenix Ranch Market
Grocery Station/La Crème Deli
Pull into the Peppersauce Cafe for old-fashioned, no-frills fare
Carnivores find a little tenderness as the rotisserie turns
Jagne's Corner Cafe is for anyone who was comfort when comfort wasn't cool.
La Famiglia dishes up Italian masterpieces flavored with family tradition
I'd Like to Buy the World a Kosher Meal
Fast service, cheap prices, casual ambiance and terrific eats
Would you like fries or a side of tequila with that sandwich?
Prepare to eat heartily, and heavily, at Peter's Budapest Café
DG's revamped and renovated -- now it reorganizes
The ambiance at Times Square Deli is Anywhere, USA, but the food is New York all the way
Portland's shows promise, especially at lunch
Scott's Generations Delicatessen