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Posted by Aussie Newyorker on 01/26/2007
Mmm, I love a bit of Aussie tucker, and this place does it quite well - especially the vanilla slices. All they need to do is add dim sims and potato cakes to the menu and I'll be happy!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/28/2006
Never had Meat Pies before, so didn't know what to expect. My wife and I ate the meat and the chicken pie, and both were fantastic, filling, and dirt cheap, $4.50 each. Can't beat that. I will be back mate.
Posted by Chris on 10/20/2006
I have to admit that I'd never tasted an Aussie Pie. However these are excellent, the chicken are packed with white meat, the lamb are very good. The sausage rolls are unlike any I've had before but are very tasty. Looking forward to trying everything!
Posted by rwar on 10/06/2006
I really love the tuckshop. I am an Aussie who has lived in nyc for several years and it is so fantastic to have an Australian pie shop. I love the pies! Each variety I have tried has been flavorful with perfect flakey pastry. I particulary enjoy the spicy chicken pie (HOT) and wish they would make a spicy vegie! The sausage rolls are a tad greasy for my taste but nonetheless yum. I definately recommend this for any Aussie looking for the comforting taste of home and any others looking for the perfect warm snack.
Posted by Danielle on 05/04/2006
I ordered delivery the other day. Great pies, great service, and a great value. The meat pie is filling and delicous and comes with tomato sauce. The Vanilla Slice will satisfy any sweet tooth. I will be eating there again.
Posted by Wilhemina on 04/30/2006
After living in Australia for sometime, I've been missing true a true aussie cuisine, and this most definately quenched my desire. It has come to be my favourite eatery, and I am throughly thrilled with atmosphere, value, food, and service. I eat here everyday during my lunch break, whilst my compatriots feast at McDonalds or Burger King! Wizard deal!
Posted by aussie alan on 04/15/2006
me and a bud came here on a saturday to test out the authenticity of the meat pies. What we got was an English adaptation of the traditional aussie meat pie. carrots don't come in a sausage roll at home. nuff said. try as you might, but if you're looking for an authentic meat pie, this isn't quite it.