A whole week of pie

The weather is getting warmer but the rain is well and truly setting in this March, so what better way to stay warm and dry than to sit down with a delicious wholesome pie. Thankfully, Pie Week is the perfect excuse to do just this! Join us as we hunt down the ultimate pie perfection from 6th-12th March.

Paternoster Chop House

Paternoster have created a special pie menu this Pie Week, sourcing only the best British seasonal ingredients. In short, this means steak & oyster pies, rabbit pie, chicken & mushroom pie and even something a little sweeter in apple & blackberry pie. It truly is death by pie, and what a way to go. 

Butlers Wharf Chop House

These mouth-watering pastry parcels are defintiely one for pie-fanatics.Try the Bunny & Pig pie or Cattle & Oyster pie at Butlers Wharf Chop House for a real Pie Week treat. 

Coq d'Argent

There's nothing we love more than an alternative take on a traditional pie. Head to Coq d'Argent this Pie Week for a French fine dining twist on a duck egg volauvent.  

Kensington Place

Kensington Place are going all out this Pie Week, with a choice of four incredible pies. Feast on a traditional KP fish pie, fennel & radish salad. Or choose between a Curried haddock and sweet potato pie, Angus Beef and oyster pie, or Stilton, broccoli and walnut pie. YUM!

Plateau

Head to Canary Wharf between 6th-12th March for Plateau's delicious beef in brioche pie - it's guaranteed to put a smile on your face.

South Place Chop House

Fancy a decadent pie-inspired menu? Head over to South Place Chophouse for three savoury pie choices as well as a sweeter one for those pudding lovers. Whether you go for duck cottage pie, rabbit, leek & truffle pie or even smoked haddock & seaweed pie - you know it's going to be delicious. 

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