Crusty Cravings! 10 places to taste...pies

This week, Yelp Glasgow opens the door to pie society on the quest to quell Glasgow's crusty cravings for delicious pie!

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Steak pie.
Steak pie.

The Libertine, 45 Bell Street, Merchant City G1 1NX

Ellie H "expected a fashionable little pie with some French fries. But these were PIES! And very yummy PIES at that!"

Kimble's, St Enoch Centre, Glasgow City Centre G1 4BW

Laura P "spied a seriously delicious looking caramel apple pie on our way in, so that was a must! The caramel apple pie was very sweet but delicious as was the ice cream."

Coia's Café, 473 Duke Street, Glasgow East End G31 1RD

Steven B says "the steak pie looked pretty spectacular to be honest and the pizzas did not last very long!"

Cook, 498 Byres Road, Glasgow West End G12 8EW

Pammi G tried the red wine and steak pie from this new frozen ready meal shop. "The pie was so tasty! The beef was tender and delicious; I had this accompanied with the roast potatoes, mash & parsnips which were all fantastic. If I didn't see them go into the oven frozen myself I'd never believe that they had been cooked from frozen."

Gandolfi Fish, 84 Albion Street, Merchant City G1 1NY

The classic fish pie is "very good", says Alison M. She's happy to report she's "never disappointed here."

Moyra Janes, 20 Kildrostan Street, Glasgow South Side G41 4LU

Bex M has "eaten here a few times and really love the desserts! I particularly like the banoffee pie with masses of thick cream but the sticky toffee pudding is also nice."

University Cafe, 87 Byres Road, Glasgow West End G11 5HN

"Great traditional cafe selling tasty caf' food like pie, beans and chips, mince and potatoes, lasagne, breakfast rolls and fantastic fish and chips - FANTASTIC chips," says Kevin P.

Tinderbox, Princes Square, Glasgow City Centre G1 3JX

Devin M "just had the most wonderful pie here for lunch. I ordered a feta and Mediterranean veg pie with a side of salad and it was absolutely perfect: flaky crust, a decent variety of veg and completely filling."

Black Sheep Bistro, 10 Clarendon Street, Glasgow West End

Tom M was glad that when he visited, he "still had room for a slab of delicious banoffee and pecan pie accompanied by macaroon ice cream. It was fabulous!"

Cranberry's Café, 30 Wilson Street, Merchant City G1 1SS

Martin R raves about the lemon meringue pie. It was "huge and wonderfully tangy. The meringue was plentiful and billowed out like clouds atop a sea of lemon!

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