The Gillygate 8 ⁄ 10

  • Flava Dave

    This pie impressed upon first sight. It looked delicious and tasted delicious. Packed full of meat and wrapped in a good short pastry, this pie had superb flavour and texture. Slightly lacking the punch of real ale, but very impressive overall. A lesson to all on how to serve a good pie.

    Flava Dave
  • Camilo

    Lovely country style pub, and a warm welcome (as the sign on the front stated).

    The pie was impressive - chunks of steak (and a little carrot/spuds) wrapped in a delicious pastry and covered in gravy. Crispy chips and three veg added to the delight.

    This pie is definitely a contender.

    Why haven't I given it a higher mark? Because anything can be beaten, and I challenge anyone to do it.

    I'll be visiting The Gillygate again.

    Oh... and a very nice pint of Hobgoblin too!

  • Pistol

    Oh man.. Mad dinner fatigue kicking in over here.. From the second this pie was placed in front of me I started to feel full, such was my anticipation for digging in.. Thick, crispy chips at one end of the plate, and a damn fine chunk of pie at the other.. Packed with meat and cooked with obvious care, this pie was a feast from the first mouthful to the last, and it's not often Pistol clears his plate, yo.. There was some veg too, which wasn't unwelcome, but did nothing to improve the pie - it simply didn't need improving.. Great pie - a credit to ebay would eat again AA+++++

  • Lee

    Best one yet! Packed with meat, pastry all the way round, excellent chips and gravy. My only complaint, and it is minor, is that they could have put more ale in it. Oh, and lose the evil broccoli on the side! Other than that, mega.


The Gillygate

The Gillygate
48 Gillygate
YO31 7EQ


1 Comment

  • richard king

    Sunday 4th November 2012 - 20:57

    fantastic pie, very tasty.
    Price is now £8.95 and portion smaller than in picture but still worthy of the 2nd (if not 1st) place

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