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Simple basic fresh food. Real potatoes that have actually been in an Oven (not microwave) & simple toppings. Can't go wrong, hopefully.
We had to wait for a table as it's tiny but we had very good service from this lovely young lady from Budapest.
We decided to give this a try while walking past after reading good reviews and we wanted to try real authentic bangers and mash. The food tasted delicious, its like a comforting warm hug from the inside. Very comforting on a chilly day. The lemonade...More
My husband and I had lunch here one day on our most recent trip to London. I had the steak pie and mash and he had the mash and sausage. Both were very good and tasty. Seating was a bit cramped - we were in...More
Went here for dinner as we both love pie and mash, was really excited as got good reviews and looked nice - food was quite nice but the service was awful. Don’t usually write reviews but feel like it would have been useful to know...More
I do enjoy my trips here, there is something really comforting about pie, mash and gravy, followed by a sponge and custard. Maybe a flashback to my school days.
I do find it good value as well, which I do appreciate is relative.
One of the best pie and mash meals I’ve ever had! Such a cute restaurant and the staff were so lovely. Service was super quick and tasted amazing, the food is all at a reasonable price point especially for the stand, will definitely be returning...More
Mother Mash is a lovely pie and mash shop located near Carnaby Street.
The joint is small and cozy serving a choice of mash, mains with a choice of pies or sausages with a choice of gravy.
As the name suggests, they specialize in mash...More
Love this place. Have visited twice within the space of a couple of months. The menu is so simple and works so well. You pick a pie or sausage, the type of potato accompaniment and the gravy you would like. Simple yet so effective. The...More
Used to be great.
I have eaten at mother mash on quite a few occasions and I was really pleased in the past.
The food was really good.
However what a disappointment yesterday when I came in to eat for lunch time. As soon as...More
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