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Best pies in and around London

Pithivier Pie at The Baptist Grill

Executive Chef Tony Fleming serves his signature pithivier at the Baptist Grill at L’Oscar hotel, Holborn, with seasonal and frequently changing fillings including Aubergine caviar, Ogleshied cheese, leeks, romesco sauce (£22). Ideal for the cold weather, the luxurious pithivier is a staple of Fleming’s, offering the typical rich and comforting flavours found in a pie but with an elegant twist.

baptistgrill.com

Venison Wellington for two at The Stafford 

The Game Bird

The Game Bird’s Venison Wellington is a sight to behold. For two to share, the perfectly cooked venison filled pastry comes served alongside generous helpings of Spiced braised red cabbage and seasonal Truffle mash. Feast in style at The Stafford London’s atmospheric Game Bird restaurant for £85.
www.thestaffordlondon.com/the-game-bird

Truffle hen and leek pie at Roast, Borough Market

Roast, famed for their British classics, have a new pie on the menu! Autumn 2019 sees the arrival of a Truffle, chicken and leek pie, made using head chef Matt Bishop’s Granny’s secret pastry recipe, priced at £24. Dine overlooking the historic Borough Market, in one of the areas longest-standing restaurants.
www.roast-restaurant.com

Paul Ainsworth’s warm hand raised pork pie with piccalilli at The Mariners, Cornwall

The Mariners in Rock, Cornwall, is a much-loved local pub serving classic British comfort food. Since being taken over by Chef Paul Ainsworth earlier this year, The Mariners has been championing well-sourced Cornish ingredients, with dishes executed to perfection. The pies, in particular, are nothing short of spectacular and the pub’s signature Hand raised pork pie served with homemade piccalilli (£9) is a popular dish with locals and visitors alike.

www.paul-ainsworth.co.uk/the-mariners

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