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The Gourmet Pie Company (North Bridge Road)

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The Gourmet Pie Company was established with the goal to bring great pies to Singapore. Our pies are products based on drawing from three generations of family recipes. Our pies incorporate a wide variety of flavors from Asia, Australia, and England, and are made only from Australian beef and New Zealand lamb, together with other local fresh ingredients. Our offerings include steak and onion beef pies, steak and cheese pies, lamb and rosemary pies, braised bork pies, vegetarian pies, and many more. Sweet pies like cherry pie and apple crumble pie are also available. All pies are handmade and baked fresh everyday.

+65 62988896
$12 based on 8 submissions
Lunch (4 votes), Dinner (3 votes), Quiet (3 votes)
5

one word, EXCELLENT!

Came upon this lovely shophouse with a blod red front in circular rd, and the moment I stepped in, I was blown away, literally. They apparently have another shop near jalan sultan(which was far from what I expected since I was given a lasting impression from their other shop). We go to have lunch with colleagues. Since my office was abuss with their pies, given that they just opened recently at the area, we decided to give it a try and were impressed!. We were greeted warmly the moment we steeped in shop. Service staffs are warm and friendly and very patient with us, take time to explain hw the set meal is ($13= pie+2side+drink), even if it was busy that time. One of the staff(fat guy look like gal) very funny when explain about the pie, make you feel like you are comfortable and not pressure. In the end we buy the lamb rendang. Very nice, not like the usual rendang, its light and not heavy, redangs are usually heavy but not theirs, pastry is light also and is not very overwhelming, go well with the filling, and the filling is also generous. The side dish we take whipped potato and green salad. The potato very nice, but if they can give different dressing for salad would be better, as they have only balsamic dressing. Dessert we eat smore pie suggested by the staff, theyre recommendation is very good, but sometimes they talkvery fast, so dont understand. Overall, very pleasant experence, but a little expensive, but it is worth your money. The shop at circular rd have beer and wine also, I suggest for best dining experience, go to this circular road shop near boat quay, you will leave statisfied.( Jalan Sultan shop a bit dead).

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• 10 Dec 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

No eat here. Bad place lah. No good lah

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No eat here. Bad place lah. No good lah

http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/singapore/story/womans-hand-caught-meat-grinder-pie-factory-20140320

No eat here. Bad place lah. No good lah

http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/singapore/story/womans-hand-caught-meat-grinder-pie-factory-20140320
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• 10 Dec 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

No eat here. Bad place lah. No good lah

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No eat here. Bad place lah. No good lah

http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/singapore/story/womans-hand-caught-meat-grinder-pie-factory-20140320

No eat here. Bad place lah. No good lah

http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/singapore/story/womans-hand-caught-meat-grinder-pie-factory-20140320
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• 07 Sep 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

one word, EXCELLENT!

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Came upon this lovely shophouse with a blod red front in circular rd, and the moment I stepped in, I was blown away, literally. They apparently have another shop near jalan sultan(which was far from what I expected since I was given a lasting impression from their other shop). We go to have lunch with colleagues. Since my office was abuss with their pies, given that they just opened recently at the area, we decided to give it a try and were impressed!. We were greeted warmly the moment we steeped in shop. Service staffs are warm and friendly and very patient with us, take time to explain hw the set meal is ($13= pie+2side+drink), even if it was busy that time. One of the staff(fat guy look like gal) very funny when explain about the pie, make you feel like you are comfortable and not pressure. In the end we buy the lamb rendang. Very nice, not like the usual rendang, its light and not heavy, redangs are usually heavy but not theirs, pastry is light also and is not very overwhelming, go well with the filling, and the filling is also generous. The side dish we take whipped potato and green salad. The potato very nice, but if they can give different dressing for salad would be better, as they have only balsamic dressing. Dessert we eat smore pie suggested by the staff, theyre recommendation is very good, but sometimes they talkvery fast, so dont understand. Overall, very pleasant experence, but a little expensive, but it is worth your money. The shop at circular rd have beer and wine also, I suggest for best dining experience, go to this circular road shop near boat quay, you will leave statisfied.( Jalan Sultan shop a bit dead).
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