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3 hours ago, Carter90 said:

New pies are not great and more expensive. My "Buttered Chicken and Singha" gave me heartburn- might have to follow everyone else and go to the Chippy before the game.

I really liked mine!

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2 hours ago, boots60 said:

Doesn't everyone know that all food inside & outside the stadium isn't fit for a manky dog. Overpriced & disgusting.

There's a nice cheap shop on the road towards the stadium underneath the student flats. Haven't got a clue what it's called but you can hear the "NEXT PLEASE" every 5 seconds. They do decent and cheap pastry stuff and theyre the quickest people on the till I've ever seen. Always get my snacks from there. 

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4 hours ago, Fox92 said:

I went chip shop and got steak and kidney pie and large sausage for less than the cost of one pie in the ground.

 

 

You bought a pie that contains an organ from an animal which you don't know that has had piss running through it all its life.

 

I'd say that's just as bad as the rank fodder you get inside and outside the ground.

 

Only thing I had at the club last season was that donut thing and free beer, other than that I can go 2 hours without eating anything fit for pigswill.

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10 minutes ago, promised land said:

 

 

You bought a pie that contains an organ from an animal which you don't know that has had piss running through it all its life.

 

I'd say that's just as bad as the rank fodder you get inside and outside the ground.

 

Only thing I had at the club last season was that donut thing and free beer, other than that I can go 2 hours without eating anything fit for pigswill.

What's pigswill? I live near Sheffield so by the time I get to Leicester, have a pint in the pub and walk to the ground I'm pretty hungry. A home game for me is more than 2 hours, but if I actually lived in Leicester then yeah I'd probably be able to survive 2 hours to but thanks for your interest.

 

And steak and kidney is the way forward, always my favourite always will be.

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I'm disappointed, I expected to see pictures of delicous pies in here.

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Didn't anyone get a free sample they were handing out in the kop? It was alright for nowt but I wouldn't pay for one.

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3 hours ago, promised land said:

 

 

You bought a pie that contains an organ from an animal which you don't know that has had piss running through it all its life.

 

I love steak and kidney pie but will never eat one again after reading this. Thanks mate.

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I had a steak kidney as they had no chicken left at the arsenal and I didn't tell it wasn't pukka. Which I thought I would have as I worked in a pukka pie chippy for 4 years 

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10 minutes ago, Chiltern Fox said:

Can anyone tell me the veg/vegan pie options? I'm thinking about indulging this coming season.

You’re probably best bringing a bit of quiche wrapped up in tin foil!

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1 hour ago, FoxinNotts said:

You’re probably best bringing a bit of quiche wrapped up in tin foil!

I normally do bring in some butties, but was thinking about living dangerously this season!

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23 minutes ago, Chiltern Fox said:

I normally do bring in some butties, but was thinking about living dangerously this season!

Prawn butties

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1 hour ago, Chiltern Fox said:

I normally do bring in some butties, but was thinking about living dangerously this season!

Eating food from the concourse is about as dangerous as you can get. Respect man. 

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3 hours ago, FoxinNotts said:

You’re probably best bringing a bit of quiche wrapped up in tin foil!

Surely vegans can't eat quiche. Eggs and all that.:ph34r:

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I've not noticed any vegan offerings. They used to do a broccoli, cauliflower and cheese slice if you are vegetarian, not sure if they still do? They do a cheese and onion pasty as well.

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4 hours ago, FoxinNotts said:

You’re probably best bringing a bit of quiche wrapped up in tin foil!

Dont forget the flask and blanket lollol

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18 minutes ago, Bald Fox said:

I've not noticed any vegan offerings. They used to do a broccoli, cauliflower and cheese slice if you are vegetarian, not sure if they still do? They do a cheese and onion pasty as well.

Vegetarians can’t eat cheese , can they?

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1 hour ago, Bayfox said:

Surely vegans can't eat quiche. Eggs and all that.:ph34r:

Quite right. Proper vegans cant eat egg or dairy products. I myself am somewhere between a vegan and vegetarian!

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