|On a recent trip to England, Steve Stout went on a lunchtime pub crawl in the
town of Piccalilly, visiting five pubs and having a different British food
favorite in each--as well as a pint of the pub's best, of course. Given the
clues below, can you determine the order in which Stout crawled the pubs of
Piccalilly: the food he had in which pub and in which street of the town the
establishment is situated?
- Steve Stout was in the Yeoman's Bow earlier than the pub in Deep St.; he
visited the Deep St. local earlier in the crawl than the pub where he tried
the Scotch Eggs.
- Neither the pub in High St. nor the one in Cathedral Close is the one
where Stout enjoyed a Cornish Pasty.
- Stout stopped at the Fox and Hounds earlier than at the pub in King's Cross;
his visit to the latter came earlier in the crawl than the stop at the pub
where he ordered a Chip Butty.
- Steve had Smoked Mackerel at the last pub he visited.
- The George and Dragon isn't the pub Stout visited in Cathedral Close.
- The Fox and Hounds isn't the pub Steve tried on the Oxford Road.
- The British dish tried at the Whyte Harte wasn't the Chip Butty.
- After leaving the pub where he had a Ploughman's Lunch, Stout next stopped at
the Adam and Eve.