The fare at Diagon Alley’s counter-service location is not mystical at all. It’s plentiful and true to an English pub, serving British staples such as beef, lamb, and Guinness stew; cottage or fisherman’s pie; and banger (sausage) sandwiches. The ploughman’s lunch for two ($22) has three types of cheese and Branston pickle. There’s a “secret” menu that offers pea soup, Scotch eggs, and a ploughman’s lunch for one for $11. (Breakfast is a little more American.) Also get Butterbeer, Fishy Green Ale, and other Potter potables here. Unlike at most Universal restaurants, they don’t let you subtract fries to save money. Mains $11 to $17.