Eating a full English breakfast inside of a pie
You can put anything into a pie
If the rich history of British cuisine has taught us anything it is that you can encase anything in pastry or something similar and label it a pie. In many ways, everything is a pie. A shepherd's pie is a pie, despite having no pastry. A sausage roll is a pie - it's just open on either side. In many ways, a pillow is a pie, but with soft material inside of something edible.
The point is, normal food is just a pie you haven't made yet. Few places understand this ethos more than those in Epic Pies, a restaurant in St. Paul's, London, where they have decided to put one of the United Kingdom's favourite meals - the full English breakfast - and place it inside a pie crust.
We travelled there to speak to their owner about the thinking behind the pie, what exactly constitutes a pie, and of course, taste one.