London Chefs Revive Classic Game Dishes

Jody Eddy

London is one of the top food destinations in the world, known for everything from its fish and chips to its Sunday roasts and meat pies. But the city’s famed game meat food culture has gone in and out of favor.

During World War II, food rations made chicken, beef and pork expensive luxuries, and cooks turned to meats like rabbit, which they called “the poor man’s chicken.” Once the war was over and rations ended,...