London Olympics to Feature Fish and Chips, Porridge, $11 Pints

LONDON OLYMPICS

By Bread and Shutter

The London Olympics unveiled its menu for the Games this summer. Fans can look forward to British staples like fish and chips and porridge. Yum. Via MSNBC.com:

The venues will also be offering a sampling of traditional British fare, from fish and chips ($12.29) to porridge ($3.38) to “freshly carved Dingley Dell hog roasted Red Tractor pork, served in Oxfordshire cross hatched bread roll with mixed leaf salad and assorted accompaniments” for $9.98. For those looking for non-alcoholic beverages, a bottle of Coca-Cola will run you $3.53 while a bottle of water will cost $2.46.

And as for booze: pints will be $11 and a small glass of wine will cost just over $7. Not great, but not terrible either.

The Games start kick off July 27.