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Posted by notzagat on 04/25/2009
On a stroll I stopped in for a traditional beef pie, and a lamb and veggie pie for $5 each. Both fresh, tasty and excellent flavors. Lamb was minty, beef had hint of spice. Crust was toasted but not thick. Decent size but not big-- might need two to fill a hungry stomach. Can't wait to try the other menu items.
Posted by evfoodie on 12/13/2008
one of my favorite east village spots. the people are the really friendly, the pies and rolls are made and baked on site, and the bill is small. i can't tell you how many friends i've got hooked on this place. don't forget to ask for the thai hot sauce.
Posted by JaynEDough on 06/21/2008
My first visit to this place. Small hole in the wall shop that could easily be passed by. Had veggie pie that was very good, but bit smallthough only $5. Limeade for $3 was to die for. No place for a sit down. Cheerful service. Will go again to sample other interesting choices.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/04/2008
My wife and I ate there and we were both pleased. We had a beef pie and a bbq pork pie that were delicious. We also had a pork roll that was just ok. However, all that and 2 sodas was only $18. Very filling and satisfying. Well worth it!
Posted by keith and lilly on 12/10/2007
If you know what pies are all about, c'mon go get one. If you dont, give em a try. They are bakery style, so connoisseurs will have opinions but there is not doubt that they are a top feed, the best comfort food around. Personally i like the more exotic ones like the curries and shrimp.
Posted by nyaussie on 09/13/2007
Good pies as close as you will get in NYC, for homesick Aussies. Pastry's not quiet the right texture. Loved the chicken thai curry. Bring on the Pav, dimmies, and tatey cakes!
Posted by Starvin' on 08/17/2007
Get a pie and an Aussie beer and maybe a vanilla slice (aka snot block)......all delicious....