Tried the classic beef & chicken pies and found the mince meats used for both extremely yuckky & gilat. Thought there are supposed to be chicken chunks used in the chicken pies??? Anyways, it'll be my 1st & the last order from this place
I always love all kind of pies and The Shepherd's Pie is possibly one of the best in town. The pies are abundantly stuffed with mash potatoes, marinated chicken chunks (or the meat of your choice) and other ingredients, baked to perfection and tasted divine :)
I had tried both the beef and chicken version. Both are just as good. The potato topping is thick and creamy and the meat filling tastes fine with the right mix of ingredients. The pies were snapped up quickly at my party. Many of my guests thought that they were was home-baked. Of course, very soon all were eager to know the contact. I was impressed by the ordering service which was proactive in suggesting to deliver to my home because some were meant for another party the following day. The kitchen offered to bake those lightly and gave tips on how to reheat for the next day's party. I will definitely return for more.
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