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The room is small, only 8 or so tables seating 2-4 people. It is like stepping into someone’s wartime home. 1940s paraphernalia around the room, an old fireplace and a wartime songs soundtrack playing in the background. The service is fast and very friendly. My...More
Lovely meal on a Saturday night. Quirky little place. Wasn’t to busy when we arrived but was early evening and got busier. Friendly service & great choice. Will definitely go here again when next in Whitby.
A group of 4 adults, we turned up in the middle of the lunch rush. There were no free tables, but we were met with the friendly smile of a clearly very busy waitress. The service was great, prompt, friendly and relaxed, and the pies...More
I'd been wanting to try this quaint little place for a while and wasnt disappointed.
Well filled real pies (tops, sides and bottoms)mash, peas and thick gravy. Highly recommended change from the fish & chip overload.
First visit despite having visited Whitby loads of times. Visited on A quiet Sunday afternoon, it’s a quirky place, full of interesting things to see, lovely background music and the pies are simply amazing. The pastry is great, Contents even better and the mash is...More
It serves pie in metal dishes, who doesn’t like pie, l love the pie.
Every time I have been there the food is consistently great
It’s a quirky place, it’s a very old building with history of the place on the walls and on the...More