The Scran & Scallie, Edinburgh
The Scran & Scallie is founded by Scottish chef Tom Kitchin. The menu showcases some of the best local and seasonal Scottish produce and pie enthusiasts should try the hearty steak pie, which features juicy steak meat and creamy gravy wrapped in a pastry shell. 
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The Loveable Rogue, Glasgow 
Head Chef Joe Lazzerini uses quality ingredients and local produce, with each dish honed and crafted from his extensive knowledge and years of culinary experience.
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Mums Great Comfort Food, Edinburgh
With a dedicated pie menu, there’s something for everyone. Options include chicken and gammon pie, steak and ale pie, shepherd’s pie and fish pie. Vegans can choose a pumpkin and sage pie in creamy tomato sauce with a puff pastry covering and hand-cut chips. Pies can be made gluten or dairy-free. 
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Bertie’s, Edinburgh
The steak pie is one of my favourites; it has soft, slow-cooked pieces of braised sirloin wrapped in flaky pastry and served with garden peas and twice-cooked chips or mash. You can have three dishes for £30 per person when ordering from the set menu.

Pie & Brew, Glasgow 
Great value from £7, the pie menu includes a big variety including slow-cooked lamb shepherd’s pie, smoked haddock & spinach, braised beef & ale, chicken, leek & ham hock, haggis & black pudding, baked mac & cheese crumble.. 
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