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.
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.
Really great service, the host was lovely and so attentive even though it was a busy Thursday evening. (Unfortunately, I don't know her name!) Food was fantastic, would recommend!
I took my mum for an early dinner - Great food and lovely service at an affordable price! I will definitely be back sooner rather than later.
Really great food and service - couldn’t be better. The table ahead of us was late so they looked after us beforehand with drinks and also made the birthday lady feel special with a cake!
Great food, selection and service. We had the steak and stilton pie and the chicken leek and mushroom. It comes with gravy amd mash. They had a promotion beer+pie £13 every Tuesday.
I ate at Putney Pies on a Saturday lunch time, service was friendly and efficient. I had the steak pie, which was delicious, friends had the rabbit and the chicken pies which were also well received - as were all of the sides we ordered. I would recommend Putney Pies to anyone with even a passing interest in pies!
Love Putney Pies - the food is fantastic and their range of wine and beers is great. But since moving to it's location across from Putney Bridge the atmosphere has been lost. It's too small, and whilst not 'formal' by any stretch of the imagination, it's not especially relaxing. It used to be a very informal, jolly and lively (but not too much) place to eat when it was situated on the Upper Richmond Road. It's a great shame that vibe has been lost.
This is a lovely place, delicious food & overall great service until the end when although we had paid the bill the waitress prompted us to leave as others were waiting for the table, that is what were were intending to do but to be told this was unnecessary and a spoiler to our experience as it was a birthday celebration. It made it seem that once we'd finished we were no longer wanted...ship them in & out as fast as possible. We had booked the table & did not know that there was a time limit for the table. We had only been there an hour, there were others at tables close by who were seated at the same time but were still there & there empty plates were still on the table. Maybe this was just bad luck for us but beware that booking a table may mean you are not able to stay much longer after you have finished eating.
The food at Putney Pies is generally very good. And I quite like the ambience and music down in the vault. However, the customer service here is very hit and miss. One of our servers is lovely and the next moment another one who is absolutely rude and indifferent. A bit of quality control is needed here. The restaurant's ownership is probably unaware that this is happening. It's a bit of a turn off to encounter people who are either unfriendly, unprofessional, or simply have a bad attitude. After all, I'm there to relax and enjoy a nice meal, not bump into someone who hates their job. I'm willing to give this place one more go, but if I encounter another bad server, I won't be back, simple as that.
Had been before and couldn't fault it so decided to take my friend for dinner at Putney Pies. Unfortunately a very different experience this time. The food was very slow coming and when it did it was cold and the vegetables raw , so it all got sent back. The waiter was to full of himself so didn't appreciate that either . When it all came came back it was so hot that it was almost impossible to eat for ages! Must add that the same happened to at least 2 other tables. Manager did apologise and took money of it but all a real shame as love the place.
Food tasted great, quick & good service and very authentic. Good selection of pies and starters as well as sides. Got a 'mini beef wellington' to start which was two full sized Yorkshire puds with mini steak fillets inside - delicious! Would recommend the pate as well. Small selection of beers, but they were obviously hand-picked from swedish lager to Bristol stout. Went on a Saturday night and ventured downstairs after dinner into the vault where there was a DJ playing inside a raw brick candlelit underground tunnel. Has a nice terrace out onto the thames but a bit too cold in the winter!