Beef and Vegetable Pasty

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Product Overview

Classic Beef and Vegetable Pasty made with quality Yorkshire Beef.

Beef and Vegetable Pasty

Storage Advice
We would recommend that fresh pasties should be stored in a refrigerator at all times.

Use by Date
All our pasties are cooked fresh on the day they are delivered to you or you collect them from us. We recommend consuming the pasty/pasties within three days of receipt.

Best Before Date
If you would like to order frozen pasties we would recommend they be consumed within a 30 day period from receipt in to your freezer.

Meat Content 33%


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  • 5
    No more trips to Cornwall!

    Posted by Sheryll Muir on 17th Feb 2023

    Finally found a proper pasties, it just makes me happy

  • 5
    B&V pasties

    Posted by Edwin Roberts on 1st Jun 2021


  • 5
    B&V pastie

    Posted by EdwinROBERTS on 11th May 2021

    Excellent product not heavy peppered Will certainly buy again

  • 3
    More veg please.

    Posted by Ian Foster on 8th May 2021

    Tasty but could have slightly more veg and a little more 'chunky' veg.

  • 5
    Review on products

    Posted by Christine jones on 26th Apr 2021

    Lovely pasties

  • 5
    beef and veg pasty

    Posted by Eddie Weaver on 25th Apr 2021

    realy nice and tastey a must have.

  • 5
    Beef and veg pasty

    Posted by Phodges on 31st Mar 2021

    Delicious plenty of filling, will be ordering more

  • 5

    Posted by John Evans on 31st Mar 2021

    Easily the best beef and vegetable pastie we have ever tasted.

  • 5
    Beef & Vegetable Pasty

    Posted by Pauline Pipes on 21st Nov 2020

    Nice and tasty, highly recommend and would buy again.

  • 5

    Posted by Paul GRAJAUSKAS on 15th Jun 2020

    Really nice fillng and lovely pastry

  • 4
    Cornish Pasty

    Posted by Keith Scholes on 26th Mar 2020

    Very tasty with substantial amount of filling, personally I would have preferred a less hard crust, but still a very satisfying pasty.