MANZE'S PIE AND MASH SHOP - DEPTFORD


 Opening Times - Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10.00am to 2.00

WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR EAT-IN AND TAKE AWAY




To comply with Covid guidelines we have limited the number of tables in use in the shop, as a consequence of this you may not be seated straight away as normal.


Cutlery will be handed to you after you have ordered and you will be shown to a sanitised table, along with sanitised  condiments.



When you come in the shop we respectfully ask you to wear a mask and sanitise your hands before you order your food, complying with social distancing protocols.


When seated feel free to remove your mask.


Please scan the NHS QR code or fill in the Track and Trace details if eating in the shop.









 

 

PARKING IN THE HIGH STREET

The High Street is now a ‘restricted parking zone’ - you can park in any of the marked bays, but you must check the restrictions in place - some are 30 minutes parking, some are 20 minutes unloading and some are disabled parking, as well as the taxi ranks.

YOU CAN NOT PARK ANYWHERE OTHER THAN THE MARKED BAYS, EVEN THOUGH THERE AREN’T ANY YELLOW LINES


 

We are very pleased to announce that we have
obtained another maximum 5 star food hygiene rating

  

 This traditional pie and mash shop has been in the Manze family for over 100 years, still making the pies by hand, to our secret recipe,then baking them fresh every day . Served with fluffy mashed potatoes and a wonderful parsley sauce(liquor)- it's the perfect old London cockney dish. Why not enjoy your meal with lashings of chili vinegar and a glass of hot or cold sarsaparilla. George, the grandson of Michael Manze is always pleased to welcome customers both old and new. Please feel free to contact me for any information, including special deals for bulk orders.



204 Deptford High Street SE8 3PR   Transport links - Rail-Deptford.   DLR - Deptford.  Buses - 47,53,177.188,199,225.

Telephone 02086922375 or 07958675440        email   CLICK HERE



You might find this 'travelmag' link interesting - there's a good article on Deptford

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