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The Pie Shoppe offers customers hearty, homemade pies filled with plenty of honest-to-goodness lean meat in generous servings. Accompanied by chunky, fresh vegetables steeped in mouth-watering juices, The Pie Shoppe's range of delectable pies has been described as simply irresistible. They do not use chemical additives, and often use healthy alternatives like olive oil instead of butter, with absolutely no compromise on taste.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 62617411
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Wholesome pie

Had the Classic Chicken pie.

Crust was thin and pie was chock-full of savory cubed potatoes, carrots and chicken chunks, with a tinge of black pepper. Thumbs up!

Pie Shoppe recently opened a stall at Takashimaya B2 at Ngee Ann City, which makes it more accesible.

 

 

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• 19 Feb 2012 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Disgusting horrible trip to The Phew! Shoppe

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If there were negative rating I'll give a -100 rating for the disgusting rude shop! Buy the ecode for this shop, call to order some pies for my party, even indicate that I'm using the ecode, but when I arrive to collect the pie was told by the extremely rude lady boss that the ecode expired since dec. But the truth is my code expiry date is 1st Mar 2012.

My stand as a customer is I already inform you about my still valid ecode, so even if you have any miscommunication with hungry deal, it's your responsibility to check with hungry deal and not telling your customer off with such rude manner.

It's not the way to do business!

Attached the obviously still valid ecode that the rude lady boss didn't even bother to check.

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  • Obviously still valid ecode
• 16 Dec 2011 • 76 reviews • 5 followers

Wholesome pie

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Had the Classic Chicken pie.

Crust was thin and pie was chock-full of savory cubed potatoes, carrots and chicken chunks, with a tinge of black pepper. Thumbs up!

Pie Shoppe recently opened a stall at Takashimaya B2 at Ngee Ann City, which makes it more accesible.

 

 

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