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Anyone know where i can get a good pie?

By 30 May 2009 42

I haven’t had a decent pie for a while now, but i had the best one the other day at michels patissiere in lanyon. beef cheese and bacon :)

But everytime I try and get one in tuggers there all gone:(

Anyone know where i can get a decent pie?

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42 Responses to Anyone know where i can get a good pie?
#1
rosiered1:04 pm, 30 May 09

Elaine’s at Dickson

#2
Ari1:04 pm, 30 May 09

A good place to start is that search box at top right.

E.g. http://the-riotact.com/?p=5756#comment-75018

#3
Ari1:05 pm, 30 May 09
#4
willo1:29 pm, 30 May 09

BEMBOKA

#5
arescarti421:32 pm, 30 May 09

My favorite is the butcher/baker at the Griffith shops. They do some fantastic gourmet pies. Lamb Moussaka and Mexican are my two favorites.

#6
Postalgeek1:42 pm, 30 May 09

arescarti42 said :

My favorite is the butcher/baker at the Griffith shops. They do some fantastic gourmet pies. Lamb Moussaka and Mexican are my two favorites.

I love their Lamb Moussaka pies. Sadly they make them at irregular intervals. On the plus side, that makes them serendipitous as well as tasty :-)

#7
screaming banshee2:30 pm, 30 May 09

willo said :

BEMBOKA

2nd that, bemboka pies are awesome.

Re Michels, I’ve been to their factory, I’ve worked on their equipment, I’ve scrubbed myself down afterwords but the dirt and smell just doesn’t seem to come off.

#8
deezagood3:43 pm, 30 May 09

My sister in law has this nifty gadget that is pastry cutter/pie cooker all in one … we had a pie there last week and I couldn’t believe how easy it was to whip up a home-made version, and the pie was just perfect! I am sooo getting one of these gadgets for my birthday this year!

#9
xdave3:50 pm, 30 May 09

I don’t know about recently but Cornucopia on Mort Street Braddon used to do some killer pies and pastries

#10
barking toad4:50 pm, 30 May 09

Thank you for starting this wonderful thread.

The coffee ones are so yesterday.

#11
mred6:06 pm, 30 May 09

+1 Cornucopia.

Steak & Mushroom, Excellent. My biggest problem is not also buying a plum pudding, etc . . .

#12
el6:20 pm, 30 May 09

+2 Cornucopia.

Also a fan of the bakery at Hughes shops for a good pie.

#13
MWF6:26 pm, 30 May 09

Hughes Bakery – Yummy bakery treats all round.

#14
t0m7:30 pm, 30 May 09

There is a great place in Cooleman Court in Weston. Its just opposite the newsagents. Home made, traditional pie.

#15
GB8:51 pm, 30 May 09

Croissant D’Or in Civic.

Small supply, but those Portuguese sure can cook pies! And you can get fab religieuse while you’re there!

#16
ant10:58 pm, 30 May 09

A place I worked at recently seemed to have a black market running in boxes of pies from some bakery at Murrumbateman. No one since seems to have heard of it though.

I’d love to find on eof those pies we used to get years ago, those square ones, a bit soft, with that jelly-meat filling with bits of black pepper all through it.

While waiting for that though, the vietnamese bakery at Kingston does some really good, honest pies. And you don’t have to deal with the wankers up at Silo.

#17
Clown Killer8:54 am, 31 May 09

The bakery at Nuggets Crossing in Jindabyne. It’s well worth the trip.

#18
astrojax10:27 am, 31 May 09

what’s wrong with a four and twenty, then?

actually, i’d suggest rutherglen – brilliant!

and on a pie-related sad note, i came through berrima a couple months back to find to my horror that the pie shop there had closed. vale the berrima pie.

more locally, can second [or fourth, where we up to?] the cornucopia concoctions.

#19
Steady Eddie10:38 am, 31 May 09

VIP Pies in Dundas Ct, Phillip.

#20
deezagood10:41 am, 31 May 09

ant said :

While waiting for that though, the vietnamese bakery at Kingston does some really good, honest pies. And you don’t have to deal with the wankers up at Silo.

Oh I don’t know Ant; I think it is worth the wanker-factor just to get a hold of those seriously good poached eggs with chilli jam – mmmmmmmm.

#21
ant11:20 am, 31 May 09

Deezagood said

deezagood said :

Oh I don’t know Ant; I think it is worth the wanker-factor just to get a hold of those seriously good poached eggs with chilli jam – mmmmmmmm.

They sound like they’re runny.

Clown Killer said:

Clown Killer said :

The bakery at Nuggets Crossing in Jindabyne. It’s well worth the trip.

That’s the Sundance Bakery, good tucker for sure, and really chunky meat pies. I often wandered up there for breakfast. There’s a little offshoot (or there was) in Packer’s Palace at Perisher front valley. Good cheap lunch, grab a sausaage roll.

#22
sepi11:52 am, 31 May 09

The packaged pies at EPIC farmers market are fantastic.

Expensive, but they are real pies – all chunks of meat, no mince in sight.

#23
Aeek6:26 pm, 31 May 09

Who has Villi’s pasties these days? That’s what I want to know?
If you like Michel’s, any of them – they are all trucked in from their factory, as per the website http://www.michels.com.au/pages/about/about.aspx
The Michel’s Story
Michel’s Patisserie is 100% Australian owned and was founded by Noel Carroll and Noel Roberts in 1988. Their concept was simple: a central bakery bakes the product and distributes fresh daily to the retail outlets, who in turn display and sell to customers.

#24
pug206gti9:14 am, 01 Jun 09

Definitely not Bakers’ Delight, blerk! One day while under the weather recently I thought an average pie would do, but this one was beyond sub-standard.

#25
Beserk Keyboard Warr2:57 pm, 04 Jun 09

Just had one at Elaine’s in Fyshwick. Thumbs down.

#26
peterh3:20 pm, 04 Jun 09

Steady Eddie said :

VIP Pies in Dundas Ct, Phillip.

+1. the bushman pie is awesome, and the egg is definitely not runny…

#27
caf3:34 pm, 04 Jun 09

For a plain meat pie, the hot bake just outside Supabarn in Civic does a great one.

#28
burkes084:03 pm, 04 Jun 09

+1 for Kingston Bakery. Great for a hangover if Kismet at Manuka is closed for a kebab.

#14 – The place at Cooleman Court is called Sakeenas. Great pies, coffee and service!

#29
misspris4:56 pm, 04 Jun 09

The Flute in Fyshwick.

#30
Holden Caulfield5:12 pm, 04 Jun 09

I like pie. Do you like pie?

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