Wow, what can I say. Quote Danielle Luff "best wedges I ever had in my life". She was not wrong. Fluffy, flavoursome, fantastic. Phroaaaar. An absolute dream, clouds in our mouths. We will come again. 10/10.
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We just wanted 3 rolls before our onward journey to London. Twice I was given the wrong goods. Food was good though.
We tried a beef and ale pasty, and it was quite good. The crust was flaky, and the meat was not at all fatty. I would most definitely return.
The flavour of the pasty was average at best. Very little meat and didn't taste any bacon despite it being a beef Guinness and bacon pasty. At 4.99 from a takeaway pasty shop I was expecting something special however I was left very disappointed!
What better way to wile away those minutes waiting for your train, but to munch on a tasty (but unhealthy) pasty. You know you deserve it, comfort food.
I ordered a beef pasty for the train home and it was warm and certainly had some meet in there. Quite a bit of gravy goo as well. It was ok, hit a mark, but not a terrific pasty
If you want a traditional Cornish pastie this is the place to get it. The sumptious aroma literally drags you in, you cannot go past without succumbing to the delights of the local fare. Enjoy and forget the calories.
The Pasty Shop is situated in the subway between platforms. There was a good selection of pasties and drinks, but I had to wait 10 minutes for my pasty to cool down enough to eat. My traditional pasty whilst maybe not 100% authentic did contain...More
We actually have visited a pasty shop that's near family in Phoenix, AZ, so we were not unfamiliar with the food. After a long day of sight-seeing, we weren't in the mood to look for a pub. Conveniently located in the train station, we decided...More