There's plenty to love about this pub, but its best aspect is the pie. The Windmill serves up a variety of the golden brown buggers, the best of which is their steak and kidney pie, which has won numerous national awards.
Fitrovia pub Newman Arms is a great place to get a stout, ale, or lager on draught -- but they also dish out crazy-good pies and puddings in their Pie Room, such as a beef & Guinness pot pie or savoury lamb and mint suet pudding.
This Fleet St pub is located in the former Law Courts branch of the Bank of England and is famous for its extensive menu featuring a variety of pies that keep people flocking to this beautifully restored establishment.
There has been a pub at this location since 1538 and has served such famous patrons as Mark Twain and Charles Dickens. And the same things that kept them in business then keeps them in business now: a friendly atmosphere, cold brews, and tasty pies.
These guys dish out tasty eats from their small kitchen and serve up plus fresh pies from Borough Market. They also feature an intimate spot for gigs and a charming upstairs bar.
This little traditional Victorian pub is run by the brewers at Harvey’s, and they serve a good selection of brews, from the standards along with a good mix of seasonal favorites, as well as massive delicious pies.
Founders of the Scotch Beef Club, this unique London pub combines prime meats, tasty pies, and an extensive Scotch list to ensure a bloody good time. An impressive list of draft beers is also available, because without beer, this would be a terrible pub.