Monday, 18 April 2011

Question of the Day: Chicken Pot Pie in Seoul?

Hello, dear readers.

The question of the day, from my fearless, small-faced friend Cynthia, is this:

Where the hell does one find a really tasty chicken pot pie in Seoul?

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I had a nice meat pie at Tartine in Itaewon, and an OK one at that Aussie bar up the hill between Itaewon and Noksapyeon.  Any other suggestions?

5 comments:

Whitey said...

Shybana in Seorae Maeul (the French village, near Seocho Station, line 2, southern Seoul) has good chicken pot pie. Real good. Couldn't be better.

When I need a fix, I head down there. Good mac & cheese, too.

Ruby Edwards' TARTINE BAKERY Recipies said...

Greetings;
TARTINE Bakery & Cafe no longer serves Beef Pot Pies, I am sorry to say. It was difficult for us to serve a dinner dish and continue to serve our dessert pies at the same time. It was more a kitchen use issue.

Thank you for your kind words about our Beef Pie.

We will be making Chocolate Biscuit Cake for the Royal Wedding.

Sincerely,

Chef Garrett
TARTINE Bakery & Cafe, Itaewon

3gyupsal said...

Where the hell does anyone find a tasty chicken pot pie any where? Yuck

(If you can find shortening somewhere you can make the pie pastry with some butter, or go all butter if you like, but I find that all butter crusts taste a bit too...well buttery.) Then just get some vegetables, chicken, chicken broth and make it your self.)

Stafford said...

Bob's Barbie E-Dae.

kushibo said...

Wow. I never thought to get a chicken pot pie in Seoul, but this summer, it will be on my short-term bucket list.