Konditor & Cook: Best Mince Pies in London?


Have you tried Konditor & Cook’s mince pies? Spiced right with an ever so flaky crust, they’re a perfect treat for seasonal snacking and Christmas celebrations.

But are they best in Britian? That’s the claim (by some pretty reputable sources) but who really knows? Not me … and I’m not sure any endeavour to find out would be in the best interest of maintaining a healthy BMI. But! Man oh man are they delicious and I’d happy a happy festive feaster indeed if Konditor & Cook’s were the only mince pies I had the chance to eat this season.

I reckon its the vegetable suet used in the shortcrust that’s gives ‘em an edge. It could be the orange oil though. I honestly don’t know, but maybe if I have just one more I’ll attain a better understanding 😉

Konditor & Cook’s mince pies are available in gift boxes of six (£10) or 12 (£15) for nationwide delivery or at one of its seven London bakeries.

The original Konditor & Cook shop is located near Waterloo Station at 22 Cornwall Road, SE1 8TW. Find out more at konditorandcook.com.

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6 Responses to Konditor & Cook: Best Mince Pies in London?

  1. Why didn’t I get this assignment? I would have been SO good at it!

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