A pie and a pint is a most satisfying combination, don’t you agree? To help you make the most of British Pie Week here is a top ten of pubs that serve the best pies in London, according to our friends at Fancyapint.com. Disagree? Tell us where your favourite pastry and pintage can be found in the comments.
– The Kenton (Homerton)
Handsome Victorian pub near Victoria Park serving Pieminster Pies.
- Melton Mowbray (Farringdon)
Fuller’s Ale and Pie pub near the legal district with excellent beer and pies.
- The Old Bank of England (Fleet Street)
Have a pie near the home of the Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
- Hardy’s (Greenwich)
Locals pub in Greenwich with great homemade pies.
- Windmill (Soho)
Young’s pub which has won pie of the year for their Steak and Kidney pie – superb, and excellent chips.
- Betsey Trotwood (Clerkenwell)
Go here for the ‘pie of the day’ from Borough Market and an excellent pint of Shepherd Neame’s beers.
- Guinea (Mayfair)
There’s been a pub here since the 15th century and the time-proven combination of award-winning pies and Young’s beer are fantastic.
- Newman Arms (Fitzrovia)
Tiny pub with an upstairs ‘Pie Room’ – probably the best pies in London, in our opinion.
- The Royal Oak (Borough)
Outpost of Suffolk Brewery Harveys with great pies on the menu every day to complement the great beer.
- The Camel (Bethnal Green)
A pub we’ve known for a few years now that has maintained an excellent standard for their pie menu and their interesting beers.
It’s about going to pub and eating pies at Fancyapint.com.
Pie and a pint image by etcher67 via the Londonist Flickrpool.