Best Pies in London

Us BarChicks love pie almost as much as we love partying. Read on and go get your pie freak on…

The Windmill

Pie: The Steak and Kidney Pie

Why: Because it’s won the national pie award three times, that’s why. See you there, pastry lovers.

Wash it down with: Can’t beat a pie and a pint.

6-8 Mill Street, London, W1S 2AZ

Bob Bob Ricard

Pie: Chicken, Mushroom & Champagne Pie

Why: If you’re looking for a flash pie in a flash setting this one's for you. It’s pumped with Champagne, obv, and is served with truffle gravy for crying out loud.

Wash it down with: More Champagne courtesy of the Champagne button.

1 Upper James Street, London, W1F 9DF  

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 Elliot’s Café

Pie: Sharing Ox Cheek & Onion Pie

Why: Sweet restaurant that takes advantage of Borough Market’s fresh ingredients. Plus what’s more romantic than a pie for two?

Wash it down with: Natural / biodynamic wine

12 Stoney Street, Borough Market, London, SE1 9AD

The Admiral Codrington

Pie: The Fisherman's Pie

Why: Because it’s a good Chelsea boozer and the chef’s always bang on the money.

Wash it down with: A large glass of white wine.

 17 Mossop Street, London, SW3 2LY 

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10 Greek Street 

Pie: Venison Haunch Pie (changes daily & if you’re lucky you’ll visit on a pie day)

Why: Because anything these guys cook turns to gold (in your mouth).

Wash it down with: A carafe of wine

10 Greek Street, London, W1D 4DH

The Battersea Pie Station

Pie: Steak & Meantime Stout Pie

Why: If you’re south of the river and need a pie fix then head here, it’s a no brainer.

Wash it down with: A Meantime Brew.

Covent Garden Market, 28 Clare Market, WC2E 8RA

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Birdcage

Pie: Chicken and Bacon

Why: These guys have brought in Square Company’s epic pies and you just can’t go wrong with this classic. Make sure you add mushy peas and green liquor – you won’t regret it.

Wash it down with: A glass of pre-batched Bump Caves’ Negroni

80 Columbia Road, London E2 7QB

Piebury Corner

Pie: Venison and Red Wine Pie aka The Thierry Henry. Natch.

Why: If you’re an Arsenal fan then this is where to fuel up before the game.

Wash it down with: Local ale

209-211 Holloway Road, London, N7 8DL 

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Quo Vadis

Pie: Pie of the Day (changes daily)

Why: Because it’s one of BarChick’s favourite hangouts in Soho and Jeremy’s pies are the bomb!

Wash it down with: Find Fin upstairs he’ll sort you right out.

26-29 Dean Street, London, W1V 6LL

Cinnamon Soho

Pie: Rogan Josh Shepherd’s Pie

Why: It’s a very good Indian stamp on a traditional classic.

Wash it down with: A glass of wine.

5 Kingly Street, London, W1B 5PF

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Portland

Pie: The Game Pithivier

Why: It's so mindblowing that it's already the "most photographed dish of 2015". You can't argue with Instagrammers.

Wash it down with: Doesn't matter, just don't get your drink in the way of your pie-pic.

113 Great Portland Street, W1W 6QQ

The Guinea Grill

Pie: Steak & Mushroom Pie

Why: This place is the sister of multi-pie-award winning The Windmill and trust us, they passed on the good pie genes. They make mean grilled goods but the pie is what you should be here for.

Wash it down with: Bitter, obv.

30 Bruton Place, London W1J 6NL