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We’ve rounded up the best pies in London town. Whether you’re a puff pastry lid kinda person or more of a shortcrust pastry bottom.


6/8 Mill Street, London W1S 2AZ, United Kingdom

The Windmill take pies pretty seriously – they even have a Pie Club! But if you just wanna eat a pie you can’t go wrong with their market fish pie or suet pudding pie with Dorset mutton shoulder, lamb mince and root veg.


2 Putney High Street, London SW15 1SL, United Kingdom

Putney Pies is West London’s dirty little secret. Serving up handmade pies, pot pies with lids and hot pots, they’ve got everything you could ever want. From the traditional steak and ale to the wild rabbit & bacon, it’s pies how they should be – with lots of mash and gravy.


22 King William Walk, London, Greenwich, United Kingdom

Goddards at Greenwich has been around since 1890 and is a proper old school pie and mash shop. The menu is filled with the classics including minced beef, steak and kidney and chicken and ham pie served with liquor, gravy, mash, baked beans or peas. And if you’re not down with the pies, David Beckham is a regular and we can all get down with that…


2-4 Boundary St, Shoreditch, London E2 7DD

Albion loves pies, like a lot. When it comes to the grub you can expect to find classics like ox cheek & ale cottage pie and smoked chicken & leek puff pie, so you’re sorted whether you prefer your pies topped with potato or pastry.


209-211 Holloway Rd, London N7 8DL, United Kingdom

Piebury Corner is their name, pies and craft beer is their game. Once a place that just fuelled footie fans, Piebury Corner now serve up everything from ox cheek and venison to chicken balti and even do a good selection of veggie pies…but each pie is still named a footballer. OBVS.


252 High Holborn, London WC1V 7EN, United Kingdom

Pastry King Calum Franklin heads up the kitchen at Holborn Dining Rooms, so it comes as no surprise that they do a bangin’ selection of pies. And if you’re gonna pick anything it has to be THAT curry mutton pie with mango salsa. HELLO!


1 Upper James St, London W1F 9DF, United Kingdom

The iconic Soho restaurant Bob Bob Ricard have a chicken, mushroom and champagne pie on the menu, which comes with their name etched into the crust and is possibly the poshest pie in London. Just look at it…it’s a knock out.


87 Tower Bridge Rd, London SE1 4TW, United Kingdom

The oldest pie shop in town, M.Manze has been serving traditional pie, mash and eels since 1902 and they still use the same recipes too. Impressive. Whether you dine in or take-away you can find a true cockney experience right here.


80 Columbia Rd, London E2 7QB, United Kingdom

Their pub grub menu is one full of pie and mash. We praise you, we really do. Handcrafted, fully encased shortcrust pies of steak & ale, steak & kidney, chicken leek & ham, and spinach, sweet potato & goat’s cheese. HUZZAH!