Pop Pie

Pop Pie


0.5 miles
25 Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1RB
Bringing authentic Greek pastries and pies to Brighton, Pop Pie is a welcoming lunchtime escape in the fashionable North Laine. Blending bright decor with charming service, the whole experience is wonderfully friendly and it's easy to see why Pop Pie has quickly established a fan base of loyal customers. Established in October 2012, co-owners Kyros and Giannis have introduced Sussex to a different side of Greek cuisine. The result is innovative yet traditional - it's quintessentially Greek but with a delicious modern twist.

Each pastry and pie is homemade, and you can taste the quality ingredients and loving preparation in every bite. The menu, updated every month or so, is simple but satisfying. Well-known classics like the spinach and feta pie please the palate, with a deliciously chewy and caramelised pastry base. Alternatively, try the show-stopping Mediterranean brioche which combines delicate, buttery bread with a creamy cheese and tomato filling. These authentic tastes are instantly familiar but distinctly different. Those with a sweet tooth will crave a return visit for another slice of the vanilla sweet cream pie, all washed down with a cup of tasty, freshly ground coffee. Whether you're having a late breakfast, a working lunch or just fancy a heavenly taste of Greek comfort food, Pop Pie is the perfect choice
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Open: Open: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm; Sat 9am-6pm; Sun 10am-6pm

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