Photos: Inside the British Bulldog, this week's food review

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Bangers and mash, which sells for $9.99.
In this week's food review, we dished on the British Bulldog, the Pakistani-Brit hybrid located in a building on Stout Street with a considerable history of its own. Cafe writer Jenn Wohletz trekked down to the Union Jack-wrapped restaurant and tried bangers, mash, curry, fried pickles and aloo gosht salin, all washed down with beer -- and you can read for yourself whether she regrets her choices. But before you do, you can look at them. Click through for photos of the British Bulldog and its hearty staples.

See also:
- The British Bulldog: A Pakistani/bangers and mash mashup
- Review: The British Bulldog finds strength in its Brit staples and brawny beers
- Slide show: Hair of the British Bulldog

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Inside the British Bulldog, complete with a creepy photo of Manchester United player Wayne Rooney in the background.
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A Black & Tan at the British Bulldog, which opened in 2006 in the former Punch Bowl space.
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The interior of the British Bulldog, which underwent renovation in August 2011.

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Location Info

The British Bulldog

2052 Stout St., Denver, CO

Category: Music

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