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To celebrate National British Pie Week, and as us Northerners love a slice of pie, we’ve hand-picked a few of our favourite places to go to get the ultimate food-porn worthy pastry fix.
Brunch pies and copious amounts of bubbles is on the menu at Pieminister as Bottomless Pie Brunch is back. Yes, you heard that right! Bottomless Pie Brunch is a thing and seems to be whipping people in to a frenzy.
You’re given an hour and half to indulge in brunch pies (there’s a gluten free menu too!) and a selection of cocktails including, brunch classics, Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s as well as the iconic Aperol Spritz.
You can grab a slice of the action every other Saturday or on the occasional Sunday for £20 pp.
Pieminister have a whole host of events going on every day of the week throughout British Pie Week (4th – 10th March). Check out the calendar here!
Chippy tea pie anyone?
Executive Chef Victor Yu, at award winning restaurant Yu Alderley Edge, has teamed up with The Great North Pie Co to create a special edition pie that is only on the menu throughout British Pie Week.
The special edition pie has a unique Chinese spin on the classic gourmet pie. It’s filled with honey coated satay chicken with a chip shop style curry recipe. It tastes just like a chippy tea! Yum.
You can get your hands on one (or plenty!) at Altrincham Market.