The Railway Station Pie Cart
Thankfully the days are long gone when the only choice for a meat pie was a boring old Balfours pie that had been in the warmer far longer than it should.
[ADVERT]Even the iconic Railway Station Pie Cart with its classic pie floaters has now been lost to grace the all encompassing exhibition at Old Tailem Town
Bakeries are increasingly tempting consumers with fantastic fresh flavours. The Bite Me Bakery on Marion Rd is one example, offering a delicious Thai chicken pie with just enough chilli to be very convincing.
The Unique Chicken Parmy Pie
I have previously reviewed the Hyde Park Bakery
and its unique chicken parmy pie, which I found to be convincingly authentic.
At the other end of town in Gawler, the very popular Gawler South Bakery
is on my route whenever I pop up for some wine tasting
, as the venison pie that they offer is very hard to find elsewhere.
Chicken Bacon & Corn Pie - A Little Ho Hum?
Bacon and egg pies are often tasty, but can be a trifle heavy and stodgy. I quite like those available from Tasty Bakehouse at West Beach or the Forestville Bakery on Leah St, providing they have not been in the pie warmer for too long.
Weekend Notes food fanatic Yin-Yin
recently suggested I try The Village Baker
at Black Forest, so I sampled one of their lamb shanks pies and found it delicious. The staff were friendly, and scored me a pie freshly baked from the oven. What more can you ask for?
The Lamb Shanks Pie - Quite Uncommon
I'm still on the hunt for something really
weird though - most of the above are unusual or even rare, but the flavours are relatively mainstream.
So have you tried any South Australian pies that are very
Do tell us in the comments, what do you
think is Adelaide's weirdest pie flavour?