These old lines seem rather dated now, and the sketch has fallen out of favour, primarily due to our perceptions of any implicit class system in our self-identity changing drastically over the last 45 years, and also because the visual effectiveness of the skit relies on deploying a trio of actors who just happen to be as significantly diverse in stature as Cleese, Barker and Corbett. Which probably is a solicitors firm somewhere.
Trim Level 3Well, the top of the range option, the Cleese, the 3 litre V6 if you will, is surely Roka.
Sam I am
The middle ground
Lovers of deep fried items shouldn't despair though - the chicken karaage is cripsy and gingery, and two pieces are available for a quid. It's hard to see why anybody would go to Singapore Sam, when the 'middle class' option is really only slightly more expensive and a whole lot better.
On The Wharf...
1st Floor, 40 Canada Square,