Throughout British Pie Week (1-7 March), London pubs from Tom and Ed Martin and Renaissance Pubs are offering guests the chance to enjoy a pie and a pint for just £10.
Showcasing combinations such as cow pie (oxtail, ox tongue and tripe) with Timothy Taylor's Landlord; wild boar and chocolate with Battersea-brewed Wandle Ale; and capital-centric London pie (a
1950's mix of mince and potato with a tomato chessboard-style top) with a pint of London Pride, the offer is available throughout the week at the majority of both groups’ pubs, although some Tom
and Ed Martin pubs will be pricing the offer at £12.50.
The £10 pie and pint deal is on at the following Renaissance Pubs:
The Stonhouse (165 Stonhouse Street, London SW4 6BJ, 020 7819 9312)
The White Hart (185 Kennington Lane, London SE11 4EZ, 020 7735 1061)
The deal is also on at the following Tom and Ed Martin pubs, with differing prices:
The Hat & Tun (£10)
The Prince Arthur (£10)
The Gun (£12.50)
The White Swan Pub and Dining Room (£12.50)
The Well (£12.50)
The Empress of India (£12.50)
The Cadogan Arms (£12.50)