- Which pub/restaurant serves the best pies in the world?
It appears that spending time on here, albeit purposefully in the abuse of hora, has begun to leach Northerness from your very soul.
1. The only acceptable foodstuff served in a pub should come in a crinkly packet; Crisps, peanuts, scampi fries and so on.
2. The concept of a ‘restaurant’ serving a pie is not one I am prepared to subscribe to.
The natural habitat of the pie is the chippy, the perfect location for consumption of said pie is a bus stop. That’s why they have seats in.
I suggest a little reflection is in order, perhaps while wearing a proper vest and a flat cap.Posted 7 years agotracknickoMember
the blake? nags? fagans? loads of pubs in sheffield have pork pies.
fagans is the ultimate food place though.
a lass i work with ordered a meatless pie there.
when it arrived it was the size of a house, and had noticeable large pieces of beef on top of it…
beef?… we asked… isn’t this a meatless pie?
hell yes,… says big man… that meat is in our gravy.
Fagans gravy is like a hearty casserole. their pies are the size of most pub’s plates.
Fagans, Broad Lane in Sheffield
proper pub pies.Posted 7 years ago
I’m sorry crikey! I really didn’t think Convent Garden would crop up. Honestly I didn’t! I’m not leaking northerness, am I?
The only reason I’m asking is because the pub that does my favourite pie is having the kitchens done out this week, so I need an alternative for my fix 😥Posted 7 years agojoolsburgerMember
That picture disgusts me. It’s an outrage to claim that a pot of stew or whatever it is with a pastry lid is a pie, it’s not a pie, it’s a travesty.
I usually make my own but if time doesn’t allow I like the pies from http://www.therealpieco.co.uk/ they have an excellent filling to air ratio and very good ingredients.Posted 7 years ago
Bunnyhop – Dr P is an icon, who inspired me to cook my own version of the breakfast pie…
I fancy letting someone else do the cooking tonight thoughPosted 7 years ago
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