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British Pie Week - the best places in Greater Manchester to get your pie on

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It is British Pie Week. And while every week should, perhaps, be pie week, this week actually is. So there’s likely some legal requirement, or almost certainly a bylaw, that states that pies should be ingested this week en masse.

With that in mind, you might require some recommendations as to the truly great pies of the Greater Manchester area. Great North Pie Co If there’s a better pie in the city, we’re yet to find it.

Having long taken up their own special corner at Altrincham Market, Great North Pie Co now have their own spot in the city, at Kampus opposite Canal Street (though there’s mail order too).

The menu will be changing with the seasons, but on opening its sumptuous minted lamb suet pudding with chip shop curry sauce and chips was truly spectacular, not to mention its 14-hour braised beef and ale.

Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk
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