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May I know where I can get Aussie Style meat pie in Vancouver ??

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intelguy Jan 23, 2014 04:18 PM

Any idea ?

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    islandgirl RE: intelguy Jan 23, 2014 04:43 PM

    This food truck sounds promising:

    http://www.aussiepieguy.com/

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      KarenDW RE: islandgirl Jan 23, 2014 06:09 PM

      Pie is a pretty reasonable representation of the pies I've had in Sydney or Melbourne. But really, the best meat pie (aussie style) I've had was in Ulladulla, NSW.
      Also, PieFace is not real pie ;P

    2. LotusRapper RE: intelguy Jan 23, 2014 05:34 PM

      http://moosesdownunder.com/

      1. flowbee RE: intelguy Jan 24, 2014 08:04 PM

        Yup, Aussie Pie Guy. I've never had the real thing, but APG's pies taste good to me. They have a few different kinds to suit your taste too.

        They're at the art gallery downtown this weekend as part of "Street Food City" (http://www.dineoutvancouver.com/event...) until Sunday, so there's no excuse not the try them!

        Only downside is the price...but they do use higher-quality ingredients than most Australian or British meat pies, I reckon... :P

         
        1. LotusRapper RE: intelguy Jan 25, 2014 09:02 PM

          https://scontent-b-sea.xx.fbcdn.net/h...

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            brokentelephone RE: intelguy Jan 26, 2014 11:32 AM

            There is a place in Whistler if you're super keen on them called Peak Pies, though I hear if you eat too many Aussie pies your daughters turn out to be 'easy' (caveat emptor).

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              dustthouart RE: intelguy Feb 2, 2014 10:16 AM

              I was walking by the Milk Bar (just north of 33rd on Main St) and they had a sign in the window advertising Australian meat pies, "100% authentic". Didn't go in but might be worth a try?

              I've had a pie from the food truck and it was excellent, especially since it was a cold day.

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                LotusRapper RE: dustthouart Feb 2, 2014 12:18 PM

                Possibly they're outsourcing APG's pies. "100% authentic" may not imply 100% made in-house ;-)

                But I will go give it a try. I was there a couple of times early last summer. Owner lady is nice, says she grew up in the 'hood and went to General Brock across the street. I had a really nice turkey/gruyere panini for like $5. I'm glad to see they're still around, and secretly hope Little Mountain Coffee Co. a few doors over don't cannibalize Milk Bar's sales.

                http://mainmilkbar.ca/

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                  dustthouart RE: LotusRapper Feb 2, 2014 07:45 PM

                  If it is the frozen APG pies, then $7.50 for a pie and a pop is not a bad deal. If you buy direct from APG it's $26 for four frozen pies. I'll have to try it sometime too, I'm often darting around in that area and wanting a quick lunch.

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