Pie, mash and liquor

Pie, mash and liquor

Two gents eating jellied eels in the

1919 The Jellied Eel Man

1919 The Jellied Eel Man << love!

Just look at L. Manze's beautiful interior: Pie and mash shops became a hit in Victorian times thanks to the simplicity of the dish, which meant it could be produced cheaply. Eels were plentiful in the River Thames back then.

Pie and mash shop which opened in 1929 is given Grade II listing

Tradition: Pie and mash shops became a hit in Victorian times thanks to the simplicity of the dish, which meant it could be produced cheaply.

Pie and Mash saved the world: the stars who love the traditional cockney staple Tommy Steele

Tommy Steele at Joyces Pie and mash shop Tower Bridge Road.I adore pie & mash, also jellied eels. Manzies pie shop in Chapel St.

The shop cat at Kelly’s Pie & Mash Shop, Bethnal Green Rd. 1970's

Tony Bock, At J.Kelly, Pie & Mash, Bethnal Green, East London between 1973 and 1978

Late 40's Cooke's Pie and Mash Shop Kingsland Road Hackney

Late Cooke's Pie and Mash Shop Kingsland Road Hackney

Late 40's Cooke's Pie and Mash Shop Kingsland Road Hackney

Late Cooke's Pie and Mash Shop Kingsland Road Hackney

Old East End Eel inspection

Jellied eels are a huge favourite in the East End

J. Gooding Pie and Mash shop Well Street

Gooding Pie and Mash shop Well Street

34a- Old signage uncovered 84 Chatsworth Road originally a pie and mash and jellied eels shop

Old signage uncovered 84 Chatsworth Road originally a pie and mash and jellied eels shop

london pie and mash shops F Cooke

Stuart Freedman’s Pie & Mash & Eels

Credit: Dave Stelfox Interior of G Kelly, Bethnal Green Road

Pie and mash shops - in pictures

Here's a peek inside L Manze's perfectly preserved interior, and some more of London's finest pie and mash shops

Braodway Market - F.Cooke's Pie & Mash Shop

F.Cooke’s pie and mash shop, Broadway Market

Cooke’s pie and mash shop, Broadway Market

Manze's pie and mash shop is still in the market after over half a century, but I'm not sure the stall still exists. Maybe someone has more info? N.B This picture is part of a set looking at the Angel, Islington, travelling from Rosebery Avenue to Islington Green. To see a disappeared world of electric trams, trolleybuses, cinemas, theatres, fashions and architecture, click this link www.flickr.com/photos/warsaw1948/sets/72157638560394736/

A Chapel Street Market eel stall. At the eel stall at Chapel Street Market, which operated seven days a week close to Angel Tube station, li.

Trad Pie and Mash in Exmouth market - this one has gone now, a couple of months ago. Went there several times, as it's only a couple of minutes' walk from my house.

Trad Pie and Mash in Exmouth market - this one has gone now, a couple of months ago. Went there several times, as it's only a couple of minutes' walk from my house.

Jellied Eels in Whitechapel

Enjoying jellied eels in a Whitechapel street on a Sunday morning

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