Dear diners, for bookings of six or more people, please contact the restaurant directly once you have received your confirmation email. Diners should also contact the restaurant directly for New Year’s Eve reservations, when an entrance fee will be charged.
The finest pies in the land declares Putney Pies London, and we’re inclined to agree. Along Putney’s Putney High Road in London, this cavernous restaurant and bar serves excellent pies, hotpots and other British classics. Naturally, the obvious pairing with a pie is a pint of some exotic ale, and Putney Pies London has you covered here with a selection of great beers on tap. This is British comfort food at its very best.
It was lovely, really fun entertainment and the food was amazing, definitely would go again. I recommend sitting downstairs as upstairs is very quite if you want more of an bar vibe :)
Great food, cocktails and atmosphere! Highly recommend! Do visit the Vault downstairs after your meal, for a boogie.
Great Pie and staff , will have to return to try some more
The British love pies. Frankly, it's hard to see why they haven’t caught on elsewhere – how can pastry and meat wrapped up together be anything but a winner? Regardless, Putney Pies in London’s Putney are devoted to the delicate pastry parcels beloved by the Brits. From their Putney High Road premises, they are bringing great comfort food and an excellent selection of ales and lagers to the city’s pie-eaters (one need not necessarily come from Wigan to be a pie-eater).
The dining room at Putney Pies London is quintessentially British. Hidden inside the arches, the dining room is low-ceilinged, low-lit and intimate. Diners come for the pies but stay for the great beers and ales on tap, and the family friendly atmosphere which extends to a dedicated children’s menu. Putney’s Putney High Road is awash with places to grab a bite, so it's a testament to Putney Pie’s success that they are pulling big crowds day and night. A reservation is a smart move as this place is regularly packed out.