Located at the heart of London’s most historical attractions, Epic Pies was founded in 2015 by Dan and his mother. They had the simple ambition to make the best pies they’d tasted, and just hope the punters agreed!
History of Epic Pies
The team developed a menu that satisfies a wide range of taste buds including vegetarians and vegans through markets, festivals and pop-ups all over London, until they spotted a gap in the high street for a modern British Pie Shop. This is when Epic pies came to life, its location was carefully chosen to attract tourists and Londoners who appreciate traditional British food. There is indoor as well as outdoor seating available in a beautiful historic courtyard to dine and drink.
However, Epic Pies is known not only for Pie & Mash but non-pastry classics like Fish & Chips and Bangers & Mash as well as a post work pint. Recently they WOWED the press with their famous Full English Tart which is back on the menu!
The outdoor space for Epic Pies is located in Wardrobe Place. The King’s Wardrobe established by medieval King Edward III kept ceremonial robes of state, on view just as crown jewels are today. A fun fact for you, in 1604, Shakespeare received 4 ½ yards of scarlet cloth from the Wardrobe for him to attend the state entry into London of James I. The Wardrobe was destroyed in the Great Fire and was not rebuilt. In 1709 the office of the Wardrobe was abolished and the garden of the great house was converted into this courtyard.
Epic Pies has harnessed this space to create a Beer Garden where their customers can enjoy food and drinks outdoors with their friends and colleagues. Being surrounded by several offices, it is the perfect location to gather after work and enjoy the spacious outdoors.
Visit their website https://www.epicpies.co.uk/ to make a reservation, large group bookings up to 100 people are accepted. Keep an eye out for this restaurant as exciting changes are happening soon! To keep up to date, follow them on their social platforms @epicpiesuk using the links below.