Best meat pies in Toronto

The savoury meat pie scene in Toronto is like taking a trip around the world. From England to New Zealand to Zimbabwe, you can find a global influence on the meat pie selection in the city. No matter which one you choose, you can count on freshly baked pies any day of the week. Here are the best savoury meat pies in Toronto.[Photo credit: iStock]

Kanga Foods Incorportated

65 Duncan St, Toronto, ON M5V 2C5

Kanga opened up shop in Toronto a few years ago, and have since opened multiple locations across the city. The pie shop serves up traditional Aussie meat pies that are handmade every day. Try Mum’s Chicken Pie, a chicken pot pie with a splash of Australian Pinot Grigio, or the Traditional Aussie with minced beef in a rich beef gravy.

North Shore Pie Co.

43A Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto, ON M6R 1C7

Formerly known as Wiseys, North Shore Pie Co. offers family pies, handheld pies, mini pies and sausage rolls. All the savoury pies are baked fresh everyday, and made with traditional ingredients found in pies typical of New Zealand. You can get your hands on the pies at the Etobicoke café.

Mnandi Pies Toronto

707 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 2W6

Handcrafted and Zimbabwean-inspired, the savoury pies at Mnandi Pies are the perfect addition to any table. The laminated pastry is filled with delicious ingredients like steak, chicken, onions, mushrooms and kale. This spot is located in the 707 Market.

Pogue Mahone Restaurant

777B Bay St, Toronto, ON M5G 2C8

Every Thursday at Pogue Mahone is Pieday! Made in-house, the savoury pies keep true to tradition and are made with the freshest ingredients. If you feel like a meat pie during the rest of the week, you can order the Notorious Chicken Pot Pie, made with sautéed chicken, kale, bacon, carrots and onions. All pies are served with a peppery pub salad.

The Oxley

121 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1C4

It should come as no surprise that this British pub serves some of the best savoury pies in town. The Oxley Fish Pie is hearty and packed with lobster, scallops, salmon, mussels and more - all mixed with buttery mashed potatoes. The whole thing is served with a side of boiled peas.

House On Parliament

454 Parliament St, Toronto, ON M5A 3A2

There are two savoury pies on the menu at House on Parliament. The tourtiere, a Quebecois classic, is filled with pork, tomato, jalapeno chutney, mashed potatoes and seasonal veggies. If you’re looking for an Anglo pie, you can order the Steak and Wild Mushroom Pie, packed with braised steak, wild mushrooms, a drizzle of truffle oil, mashed potatoes and vegetables. Whichever pie you choose it is sure to be delicious!

Mabels Bakery

1156 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1J5

Mabels Bakery is home to some of the best desserts in the city, but did you know it also sells top of the line savoury pies? The shop offers four varieties, including chicken pot pie, tourtiere, steak and mushroom and curried veggie pot pie. The delicious savoury pies can be picked up in store or ordered in advance.

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