With British Pie Week (6th – 12th March) just around the corner, we have rounded up three of the best picks for the most perfect pies in London.

Showstopping Sharers at Ganymede

139 Ebury Street, Belgravia, London, SW1W 9QU

Gorgeous neighbourhood restaurant Ganymede is serving up two sensational sharing pie specials for British Pie Week that are not to be missed. The famous ‘Cow Pie’ sees a super-rich and indulgent slow-cooked beef cheek ragu served in a sharing skillet, topped with a perfectly buttery short crush pastry top, and finished with a crumbed bone marrow centre. Alternatively, the classic ‘Fish Pie’ sees the likes of smoked cod, mussels and juicy Atlantic prawns swimming in a creamy sauce, and topped with a cheesy mash gratin. Designed for two to share, the British Pie Week specials are available from 6th – 12th March and priced at £40 each.


Rotating Pie Specials at RAILS Restaurant

Great Northern Hotel, King’s Cross St Pancras International, London, N1C 4TB

RAILS Restaurant is stepping British Pie Week up a gear and celebrating all month long with a weekly rotating roster of special handmade pies. Exclusively available at lunch time, tuck into a different pie each week throughout March. Priced at £16 and including a drink, take your pick from Ham, Chicken, Leek & Mushroom paired with a Great Northern Hotel Lager; Steak Pie paired with a Guinness; Shepherd’s Pie paired with a Brewdog IPA; or a Fish Pie with a lager of your choice. A serious lunchtime steal, these perfect pies are not to be missed.


Pie, Mash & Liquor at The Crown Tavern

117 Burnt Ash Hill, London, SE12 0AJ

Located in the heart of Lee, South-East London, The Crown Tavern is the place to go for a classic British pie, inspired by traditional pie & mash shops. Celebrating the best of British produce with a focus on homemade pies, the pub specialises in hand-crafted mince beef pies, served with creamy mash and a parsley liquor. Harking back to historic East-End London pie shops, each pie is made fresh in-house with premium British beef and a crumbly short crust pastry, served with a choice of gravy or lashings of parsley liquor. Best served with a pint of Young’s Original. 


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