Members of the House of Lords have lodged a string of complaints about food and service in their taxpayer-funded restaurants – including rants about ‘crusty’ fish, boring vegetables and long waits for sandwiches.

Despite the fact that peers enjoy cut-price food and drink – including ‘prawn and lobster meat folded into Avugar caviar’ for just £10 and confit halibut for £15 – they have lodged a number of complaints with catering chiefs.

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