Our first and last pasties. They close at 7 and I got a beef and a chicken pasty, both with gravy, and a cole slaw togo around 6 for us to share. They must have been sitting in the heated case all day and when I took them out of the paper bag, the top layer of pastry peeled off. They weren't hot, barely warm but the gravy was hot. Neither of us liked them. No seasoning, mushy veggies - they were perfectly cubed which makes me think they are canned or frozen, unless the chef has the best cubing knife skills ever - and the dough wasn't very good. We liked the chicken better than the beef but that's not saying much. The gravy tasted like a mix. Cole slaw was good.
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