Guests can almost hear the peels of the Bow Bells chiming at this affable pie shop in Ramsgate. Cockney’s Pie, Mash and Eel House pays respectful homage to the British seaside classic of eels, and the homely indoor comfort of pie and mash in its café and fast food restaurant.
Visitors can expect a chalkboard full of delicious homemade pies. The proprietors take the original concept of the classic pie and have experimented slightly to produce something that gives their venue its own identity. The end result is a crispy pastry-topped creation encasing mouth-watering fillings that ooze comfort. No venue is more patriotic than right here. Steak and kidney, steak and ale, and chicken and mushroom are familiar combinations that have worked well for generations of pie fans.
At Kent’s coast eels are a seafood delicacy that enchant the locals and make tourists a little nervous! Sample one of the Cockney’s jellied platefuls or order a pot to sample a mouthful of this British seaside classic. Eels are also stewed and served with a mash and liquor accompaniment for added flavour and texture. The chalkboard menu also features juicy sausage, mash and onion gravy, alongside a double pie with double mash and liquor for patrons with a hearty appetite to satisfy.
Cockney’s Pie, Mash and Eel House approaches its foods with honesty and integrity. The focus is on good tasting simple platefuls that are hearty and filling any time of the year. For visitors seeking an unfussy eatery then they need look no further than Ramsgate’s new café which arrived in town in late 2015.
Step inside the down-to-earth setting of Cockney’s Pie, Mash and Eel house in Ramsgate where customers are encouraged to get in touch with their inner Londoner and taste a British classic.
Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available on Bank Holidays or Celebration Days including, but not limitied to, Valentine's Day, Father's Day, Mothering Sunday, etc.