Steak with the best chips ever in front of the fire, or a bracing walk followed by wild mushroom nut roast, perhaps? Our writers hit the trail of great pub lunches from the Isle of Skye to Hastings

The Clarence Tavern, Stoke Newington
The Clarence is well placed for a stroll through Abney Park, one of London’s “Magnificent Seven” cemeteries, with its moss-clad gravestones and decaying chapel (currently being renovated thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund). Under the same owners as the pioneering Anchor & Hope in Waterloo, the Clarence has opted for a vibe that’s similarly low-key, with stripped wooden floors, simple tables and a classic late-1990s gastropub feel.

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