You can’t beat a good, deep-filled and gravy laden pie. With British Pie Week hitting the country from 2nd-8th March, what better time is there to discover Bath’s stu-pie-ndous offering?
Nestled up Queen Street is The Raven, a properly British pub, serving the finest ales and gourmet hot pies, as well as some ‘not pies’. Be sure to try their headline pie - the Raven Ale Pie - made especially for them by Bristol-based pie-maestros, Pieminister, using Raven Ale and West Country beef; or choose from five other warming pies, three types of gravy, and mash or chunky chips.
Bath Farmers’ Market
In addition to a score of other fantastic, West Country produce by the bucketload, Bath Farmers’ Market regularly plays host to local pie-tycoons, Lovett Pies. Swing by on Saturday morning to pick up something tasty for supper. Choose from a menu of eight lovingly crafted recipes: their beef, stout and horseradish pie is a sure-fire way to enjoy the best of British, and they also offer three mouthwatering vegetarian options.
Overlooking Parade Gardens and the River Avon, a short walk from The Roman Baths, The Huntsman offers a great location to tuck into plate of pie and mash during your visit to Bath. Their Pie of the Day is a staple on the menu – head in to find out what deliciousness is on offer.
The Stable Bar and Restaurant
At The Stable, pizza(-pies), pie and cider is the order of the day. Choose from five deep-filled pies, all served with herby potatoes, a pickled onion and tomato chutney, plus a selection of more than 20 different ciders to wash down your chosen pie. Our mouths are watering already…