The best pies in London according to Squaremeal for British Pie Week 2017

The pie's the limit: our pick of London pies

There’s a lot of meat when it comes to pie puns and we do love dishing out a pun at Squaremeal. We also love pie. So, to celebrate British Pie Week 2017, we've rounded up our favourite purveyors of the pastry- (or potato-) topped wonder. Read on to see our picks.

Words:
Lucy Britner, Eamonn Crowe and Ella Singleton

Chicken Shop Apple Pie Pie Week 2015 London Restaurants Soho House


Sweetie pie

The apple pie at Chicken Shop (branches across London) is brought to your table in a steaming dish and served in a generous dollop, just like you’d do at home. They ask if you’d like cream or ice cream with it, and there's no judgement from the staff if you shiftily say, "both?".

Sheekey's fish pie

Pie-high

The fish pie at Covent Garden veteran J Sheekey (above) comes with a ridiculous amount of cream and butter, but in our book that makes it even more delicious

pasternoster chop house pie week 2017

Life of pie

Paternoster Chop House in the City has created a special pie menu for the occasion that will see you through from savoury to sweet. Choose from steak and oyster, rabbit, chicken and mushroom or apple and blackberry. Or, just go for all of them – we won't judge.

Rules Banquettes

Pretty pie for a pudding guy

If you prefer a suet pudding to a pie, then head to classic British restaurant Rules in Covent Garden, for its steamed steak-and-kidney suet pudding

the parlour canary wharf pie week 2017

Pie in the sky

If you're in Canary Wharf, The Parlour serves up a piping-hot fish pie topped with a king prawn, which is sure to cure any post-work drinks hangover


Does it get any more British than a big ol' pie? We like to think not, so if this has given you an appetite, check out the best British restaurants in London here


This article was updated 8 March 2017


The pie's the limit: our pick of London pies
pasternoster chop house pie week 2017

To celebrate British Pie Week 2017, we've tirelessly gorged on London pies to bring you our favourites