Too Many Pies, Too Many Many Pies…

During my recent trip to Edinburgh my friends and I stumbled upon the perfect hangover cure… A TRADITIONAL PIE SHOP.

Looking a little rough around the edges from the outside, The Pie Maker could be mistaken for a dodgy diner. However, like a lot of traditional eateries, once we took the plunge inside, it was a gem.

It was everything you could ever want from a pie shop.

Traditional, wholesome, cheap (£1.50 pies!) and delicious. I went up to the counter at least three times to try as many of their heavenly pastries as possible.

Pie Maker, Edinburgh - Shop - My Culture Craving

Pie Maker, Edinburgh - Food - My Culture Craving

From freshly baked steak and ale and chicken and mushroom pies to Scottish haggis, turnip and mash pies, mac n’ cheese pies and tatty dogs – a yummy marriage of hot dog and fried potato – here, you can be as adventurous or traditional as you please (check out their menu here).

After admiring their wide choice of succulent pies, slices and sausage rolls as well as their mouth-watering sweet pastries, we chose our pies and perched on the stools, which lined the room. I went for the haggis, turnip and mash pie (£1.60), which was scrumptious and, a great way to sample some of Scotland’s traditional delicacies!

Pie Maker, Edinburgh - My Culture Craving

Pie Maker, Edinburgh - Haggis Pie - My Culture Craving

I then delved into the ever so unhealthy yet, ever so irresistible mac n’ cheese pie…

Pie Maker, Edinburgh - Mac n' Cheese Pie - My Culture Craving

After sampling everyone else’s pies and tatty dogs, we decided that it was time to stop eating, waddle our way to the nearest pub and wash all of the food down with a warming glass of red.

If you are heading to Edinburgh anytime soon, make sure you check out The Pie Maker! It is cheap, cheerful and yumtastic!

Keep an eye out on the blog for more posts on my trip to Edinburgh.

I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and have a Happy, Sloshy New Year!  

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