REVIEW: BATTERSEA PIE STATION

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hit Battersea Pie Station in Covent Garden for a quick refuel during our sales shopping marathon. The pie shop recently launched a Reindeer pie aptly named “Rudolf” but we couldn’t do it – The thought of those poor Reindeers was too much for us.

Instead we opted for a Mince Beef and Onion and a Free Range Chicken and Bacon served with mash, beans and gravy. The portions are big and the pies are good but it was the soup which we enjoyed the most. The Free Range Chicken, Barley and Greens soup served with a crusty baguette was a bargain for £4. A big bowl of fresh soup full of vegetables and chicken. The perfect winter warmer.

Battersea Pie Station, Lower Ground Floor, 28 The Market, Covent Garden, WC2E
www.batterseapiestation.co.uk