We have rounded up our favourite picks to celebrate British Pie Week for you. Kicking off on Monday 6th March, British Pie Week offers the prefect excuse for seven unadulterated days dedicated to the much loved pie!

Pie and drink pairings at Butlers Wharf Chop House

From 6th-12th March Butlers Wharf Chop House is celebrating Pie Week with its “Ye Olde Pye” menu, each pie matched with a suggested drink pairing. Pie punters can sample Old Spot pork pie with homemade piccalilli accompanied by a bottle of Five Pointe pale ale or apple and blackberry pie with vanilla ice cream matched with a tankard of fruit cider! For further information please visit http://www.chophouse-restaurant.co.uk/whats-on-london-bridge/events/pie-week-2017/

Butler's Wharf Chop House

Three unusual pies at Blueprint Café

Blueprint Café Head Chef Joseph Albina has created a special menu for British Pie Week running from the 6th-13th March. The menu features three unusual pie combinations such as Rabbit and prawn pie and Cow pie for two. For further information please visit http://www.blueprintcafe.co.uk/whats-on-blueprint/events/national-pie-week/

Blueprint Cafe Pie Week

Italian inspired British Pie Week menu at Cantina del Ponte

Cantina del Ponte is celebrating British Pie Week with an Italian inspired menu, available from 6th-12th March. Diners are invited to feast on Nduja salami, smoked burrata and ricotta pie followed by an Almond and chocolate pie with vanilla sauce for desert. For further information please visit http://www.cantinadelponte.co.uk/whats-on-london-bridge/events/national-pie-week/

Cantina del Ponte Pie Week 2

Kensington Place does British Pie Week

In celebration of British Pie Week, Kensington Place Head Chef Ian Waghorn has added three brand new pies to the menu in addition to their signature KP fish pie. Priced at £15.50 each, diners can choose between curried haddock and sweet potato pie, Angus beef and oyster pie or Stilton, broccoli and walnut pie. For more information please visit http://www.kensingtonplace-restaurant.co.uk/whats-on-notting-hill/events/pie-week-in-notting-hill/


Vol-au-vent at Coq d’Argent

Coq d’Argent is renowned for serving classic French food in a spectacular rooftop setting, and this British Pie Week will be no different! Head Chef Damien Rigollet has created the special Duck egg vol-au-vent (£22), which will be available at Coq d’Argent from 6-11 March. www.coqdargent.co.uk

Coq d'Argent Pie Week

Beef in brioche pie at Plateau

Just in time for British Pie Week, Jeremy Trehout, Head Chef at Plateau, has created a delicious Beef brioche pie (£60) that will be available in both the Restaurant and Grill from 6-12 March. Perfect for sharing with family and friends, this indulgent pie will provide the perfect way to celebrate British Pie Week while enjoying the beautiful views over Canary Wharf. www.plateau-restaurant.co.uk


Seasonal British pies at Tom’s Kitchen

Throughout British Pie Week the Tom’s Kitchen restaurants across London, and in Birmingham’s The Mailbox, will offer a selection of pie specials all celebrating the finest seasonal ingredients. Tom’s Kitchen is a unique collection of restaurants, delis and bars founded by award-winning chef Tom Aikens, renowned for offering outstanding food, drink and service, all in a relaxed environment. Focusing on comforting classics and seasonal specials, Tom’s Kitchen uses the very best of British produce, working with passionate suppliers, farmers and chefs. www.tomskitchen.co.uk

Tom's Kitchen

A Life of Pie at Paternoster Chop House

From 6-12 March, Paternoster Chop House will be serving the Life of Pie menu as a homage to the British pie and the wonderful local ingredients and producers that supply the restaurant. Guests will be able to choose from options such as, Old Spot pork pie with homemade piccalilli; Paternoster fish pie with Berkswell crumb and buttered greens; and Rabbit pie with suet crust and braised red cabbage. Each pie has been carefully matched with a recommended ale or lager, and for dessert guests can also enjoy the Apple and blackberry pie with vanilla ice cream, perfectly paired with Aspall cider. The full Life of Pie menu can be viewed here.

Paternoster Chop House

Pie Week celebrations at South Place Chop House

South Place Chop House have created a special Pie Week menu available from the 6th-12th March. Mains include Rabbit leek and truffle pie and Smoked haddock and seaweed pie, each served with roasting juices and purple sprouting broccoli. The menu also includes a Yorkshire rhubarb and apple pie for dessert, the perfect finish to a Pie Week celebration. For further information please visit  http://southplacehotel.com/eat-and-drink/south-place-chop-house/

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