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Old 08-22-2019, 09:03 AM   #1
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Downing Street suggestions???

Looks like I may be trying Downing Street Pour House Saturday evening. Everything on their menu looks really good. For one thing, I must try the poutine. But besides that Canadian favorite, what are your favorites?
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Old 08-26-2019, 07:05 AM   #2
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No answers? Well, I got my own answer.....The Prime Rib
A-MAZE-ING!!!!!
Others in my group had the in-house made pastrami which they said was quite good. Also the coal fired 1/2 chicken, baby back ribs, shepherds pie, and H.A.F.S. salad. All very delighted with their dinner. 8 of our group had been there before, and make it a regular meal on every trip. For me, and my 3 buddies it was the first, but certainly not the last visit.
In addition to the incredibly good food, service was top notch.
Downing Street Pour House is unquestionably one of the best restaurants in the Branson area!
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Old 08-26-2019, 06:44 PM   #3
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Old 08-27-2019, 07:27 AM   #4
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Roast lamb, Yorkshire pudding, blood pudding, clotted cream..ugh, Cornish pastries, crumpets, java cakes, kedgeree, toad in the hole, Welsh rarebit, Elton mess, welsh crawl, welsh meatballs, jam roly poly, chicken tikka....

That’s what I think of when I think of British foodstuffs, and I personally detest each and every one! Which is why, whenever I see a sign that says “British Pub/Restaurant” I just keep driving...which is what I have done every time I have gone by this place.

However, after your review, it seems they have enough American style food, including bbq, that I must stop by and give them a try. Thanks for your first trip!
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Roast lamb, Yorkshire pudding, blood pudding, clotted cream..ugh, Cornish pastries, crumpets, java cakes, kedgeree, toad in the hole, Welsh rarebit, Elton mess, welsh crawl, welsh meatballs, jam roly poly, chicken tikka....

That’s what I think of when I think of British foodstuffs, and I personally detest each and every one! Which is why, whenever I see a sign that says “British Pub/Restaurant” I just keep driving...which is what I have done every time I have gone by this place.

However, after your review, it seems they have enough American style food, including bbq, that I must stop by and give them a try. Thanks for your first trip!
It's owned by a BBQ guy! Very eclectic. I think the only "British" thing on the menu is fish and chips. Unless you count the sheph's pie, and poutene.
Check out the menu on their website.
Don't know if it's a British thing or not, but a couple people in our group got some really interesting drinks. Appetizer bloody mary that had bacon, and pastrami in it.
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It ain't Mickey D's, but it ain't Chateaux on the Lake either.
$8 burgers to $22 pork ribeye. Didn't look at the price on the prime rib I had because it was an off menu special. But I'm thinking $25 or so.
My bill was $47 with tax for the $9 poutien, 3 or 4 beers, and the prime rib.
http://www.dspourhouse.com/menu#Lunch
http://www.dspourhouse.com/menu#Dinner
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