Order your ideal meal at Wetherspoons and we’ll guess where in the UK you’re from

Is it curry club tonight?

Susannah Griffin
On Sep 1, 2017

As soon as you rock up to Spoons, the bar is calling your name. What are you having to drink?

You've had a mad night out and now you need something to cure the hangover. Which breakfast are you having?

If you're not quite hungry enough for a big meal, which deli option will you choose?

On the other hand, if you're planning on having a three course meal, which starter would you pick?

You've come out for some simple pub grub, which classic dish are you going to order?

You spot the grills section on the menu and your inner carnivore is unleashed, what are you having?

The hotdogs and burgers look too good to resist, but there's too many to choose from. Which one will you order?

Curry club Thursdays are a classic, which dish is going to awaken your taste buds?

What are your favourite sides and sauces?

Finally, what are you having for pud?

The North

The North

There's no doubt about it, you're definitely northern if you love traditional English food. You wouldn't say no to pie and chips, especially when it's served with a shed load of gravy. Anything with gravy on it and you're there.

The Midlands

The Midlands

You're at the centre of the north/south divide, so don't really have any particular, weird food habits. However, you do live in the area which allegedly founded Britain's national dish, chicken tikka masala; so wouldn't say no to the odd curry.

The South East

The South East

You like to think you have a more refined, cosmopolitan food taste and always opt for the more classier options at Spoons. A smashed avocado bagel with a quinoa side salad sounds right up your street.

The South West

The South West

Living in a touristy destination, you are surrounded by British holiday food. Fish and chips are a weekly tradition in your household and you'd probably order surf and turf because it reminds you of your favourite pastime; surfing.

Wales

Wales

One word, Lamb. Whether it's a lamb shank or a rogan josh, you have to get your weekly lamb fix in at Spoons. With a side order of cheesy rarebit sauce you're in for a Welsh feast. It's just a shame they don't serve laverbread.

Scotland

Scotland

It's a good job the beef at Spoons is mainly Aberdeen Angus, as it means you can feel a national sense of pride for Scotland when you realise it's beef supplies most of the Spoons in the UK. Also if anything is deep fried, you're definitely ordering it.