Sometimes there are times when only a pie will do. Well, now there’s a place that’s specialising in exactly that, and the good news is it’s come to Yorkshire.
Bristol-based pie company Pieminister has opened set its new flagship eatery in Leeds this month.
Taking over the corner of Duncan Street and overlooking the Corn Exchange, Pieminister will bring its award-winning pies, hot pots, craft beers and cocktails, and an extensive new menu for Leeds.
As well as classic pies, Pieminister will introduce its new open-top pie range, such as the Captain Nemo (a mash-topped fish pie with prawns and capers) and a slow-cooked hot pot topped with crisp sliced potato.
Pieminister founder Jon Simon said: “Leeds is a fantastic place with a great vibe, that’s why we’ve chosen the city for our biggest restaurant to date. We can’t wait to fire up our ovens and get baking.
“We’ve already seen a great response on social media to our arrival and we’re looking forward to getting to know our regulars over the coming months.”