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mashed in maryland 5:42 Wed Aug 9
London Pie & Mash Shops
Visiting London in a couple of weeks and fancy a P&M. Unfortunately literally all the ones I used to go in seem to have shut down over the past few years.

Googling seems very unreliable, throwing up loads of outdated info, and a Time Out article from less than 12 months ago contains 2 which were closed last time I was in town.

Preferably quite central (staying in the West end). Seems there's a Cookes in Hoxton but hoping it's not presenting itself as a hipster gluten free type place?

Thanks in advance, any info appreciated, yfc, discuss etc. Thanks

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simon.s 2:22 Thu Aug 24
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
I vaguely remember a saveloy & pease pudding stall in Leyton opposite the old bus garage as a kid. I know my old nan was a fan, so it must have been quite popular back in the day.

Johnson 1:10 Thu Aug 24
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
I'm not really am I Thickle, well done for using a line I used on you recently though.

*double thumbs up*

Gavros 1:06 Thu Aug 24
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Question for some of the older boys on here - wad Pease pudding and saveloys more popular years ago? I ask because Lionel Bart (born in stepney) put them into Food Glorious Food and you've got that remaining outpost on Chris street and I used to get fed the stuff every week with ham as a kid.

Hammer and Pickle 1:04 Thu Aug 24
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Johnson getting schooled AGAIN, I see.

Gavros 1:01 Thu Aug 24
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
And if you ever want to try a proper VIETNAMESE, just ask yours truly.

Also Turkish.

Gavros 1:00 Thu Aug 24
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
You don't known you're BORN Pseudoson

Johnson 12:53 Thu Aug 24
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Stick to condemned Thai's Gavvy.

Gavros 12:46 Thu Aug 24
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Right you are toe rag son.

Toe Rag 10:40 Wed Aug 23
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Maureen's doesn't do the Savloy and Pease Pudding in Chrisp St, it's Ivy's cafe that does that.

wanstead_hammer 8:09 Wed Aug 23
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Yeh, the Bow rd pie mash was on the front by Bromley high st.

There was one in Burdett road donkeys years ago as well, which passed the test.

cheeses cruyf 8:02 Wed Aug 23
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Wansteadman is right it was at Bow Church. I was home in April and wanted P&M and was taken to one in Hornchurch,it was terrible so if anyone is thinking of going there - don't!

Gavros 8:01 Wed Aug 23
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
My brother in law goes down Chrisp street regular to get the saveloys and lease pudding so yeah you still can get it.

wansteadman 7:53 Wed Aug 23
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Gavros the P & M in Leytonstone used to be in Bow Road.

wanstead_hammer 7:45 Wed Aug 23
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Yeh and the pie mash at Leytonstone was always decent.

wanstead_hammer 7:43 Wed Aug 23
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Used to have the saveloy and pease pudding in the arcade bit at chrisp st mkt every Saturday as a kid. It was there for years.
Don't know if it's still in there.

simon.s 6:03 Wed Aug 23
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Salt beef dinner at Maureens is good.

Gavros 5:52 Wed Aug 23
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Noted Pie and Eels in Leytonstone.....£5 for a double double. I believe it used to be Georges of Canning Town.

One thing I want to try is the saveloy and pease pudding at Maureens.

Swiss. 5:44 Wed Aug 23
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
I do like the pies they do at Eat.

TWe 12:45 Wed Aug 23
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
The one off Leytonstone High Rd has always been my favourite.

mashed in maryland 10:23 Wed Aug 23
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Yeah was a few QPR in there. I'd never been to Portobello market before either. Decent little place.

w4hammer 3:53 Mon Aug 21
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
mashed in maryland 2:50 Fri Aug 18
Re: London Pie & Mash Shops
Anyone been to "Cockneys" in Ladbroke Grove? The name puts me off a bit but it's closer to the hotel and sites than anywhere else.
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its great - real old school pie n mash shop. Huge vat Of mash on the go - salt of the earth types both sides of the counter. Alot of qpr go there now that cookes has shut - that place was pretty awesome and had a great history with The Who and all http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/news/business/end-era-pie-shop-closes-9739495

Now of course the winds of change in the area with everywhere becoming a fucking fabric shop or bush meat ( geddit?±) parlour followed by gentrification means theyve gone forever

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