Great place. Great food. True English atmosphere. Lots to choose from. We very much enjoy going there.
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We had the scotch egg, mushy peas, traditional pasty and a chicken pasty. Everything seemed fresh and well prepared. Prices were preety good for the amount of food you got.
We have gone here many times for lunch. It's a good choice for vegans and vegetarians as they have a very good selection and you don't feel like you are missing out, like other restaurants that have one or two choices for non meat eaters....More
I had never tried a british restaurant before but I loved it! They have a great selection of food and you can have real English tea. Their main dish is the pasty and they have meat and vegetarian options. A pound of ingredients go into...More
Only had time for take out, call ahead. Got three pasty's, I'm originally from Michigan and we have several locations that make PASTY'S; many people who live in the UP(Upper Penninsula) enjoy them because it's part of their cultural heritage...miners took them down into the...More
Received a lunch recommendation from a friend in the Tempe area. He asked how I liked Italian Calzone (which I do) and suggested I try the UK version called Pasty. This place, much like a traditional English or Irish Pub (with at least 50 beers...More
We stop here every time we visit our son at ASU. It’s dark, dingy and perfect. The oven chips are a good place to start (after you have a beer from their huge on tap and bottled selection). Great texture and toppings. The pasties (pronounced...More
Great food, atmosphere, and service. Has lots of dinning options, including vegetarian and vegan. Also has a lot of craft beer options. Have been to this restaurant many times, and have always had a wonderful experience. We have gone to the restaurant in Mesa.
The outside tables were very nice, a little too dark inside. Friendly staff and quick service. The Cuban was excellent while the Meat & Cheese was only so-so. Glad we went to give something new a try.
One of my family members suggested this place... I really didn't know what a Cornish Pasty was. Basically, almost any meal you cam imaging stuffed in an awesome pasty shell and baked to perfection. The Pasty reminded me of my Grandmother's pie crusts... perfectly flaky...More