Is your inner pie fanatic calling? Time to pick up the phone because every day’s about pies. A good pie in KL is something we would truly die for! and there is a good reason for that. It is one of the most diverse food around the world and it fits every tastebud. from sweet to savory and from vegetable wrapping to fruits. I may not get my five daily fruit cups a day but wrap these fruits in crusty layers, and we are good to go!
As Jane Austen once said, “Good apple pies are a considerable part of our domestic happiness”. And it’s only my duty to get you where we can get this scrumptious happiness of both savory and sweet. Here are some amazing places to get pie near me and you!
A Pie Thing
Tucked in Damansara uptown, is this quaint cafe with possibly one of the best homemade sweet and savory pies Malaysia has to offer. They are well known for their ranges of coffee and pie selection. In the row and wonderful display of pies, get the slice of the best pie in KL. It is impossible to resist their chunky steak pies, or they’re extremely well-known pulled lamb pie. Savory pies are not the only big hits of A Pie thing. They also have a wide selection of some extremely delicious and heavenly sweet pies such as the strawberry cream pie, creme brulee pie, pandan cake pie, and even some s’more pies. If you are too lazy to whip up your own chocolate mousse pie or cheese pie, the pie thing is the perfect place to quickly have your pie fix.
Halal Status: Halal certified
Location: 128 G, Jalan SS 21/35, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: 10am-9pm (Closed on Mondays)
Contact: 012-951 5233
The Crusty Nest
If the coziness and quaintness of the decor were not enough to lure me into this aromatic pastry shop, their out-of-the-world pies definitely will! Have you tried the combination of pie and pizza? Well, if you haven’t, what are you waiting for? The crusty nest has the most wonderful combination of pizza and pit to create a beautiful piezza. How often do we hear of unique combinations of pies in Malaysia at an affordable price tag? The pie is also mixed in with the creaminess and savouriness of sour cream and chicken. Their savory pie collections also include the best of both worlds from beef and lamb as well. The crusty nest also has some very irresistible collection of sweet pies with a melty buttery crust to die for. And with that, we got one more of the best pie in KL to try out!
Halal Status: Halal certified
Location: 10, Jalan USJ 11/3j, Usj 11, 47620 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: 8:30AM- 5:30PM
Contact: 012-291 7308
Beef rendang pie, steak pies, chicken rendang pie, chicken mushroom, lamb keema, apple pie, pineapple pie, pecan, and walnut pie. Was this list enticing enough for you to join Mr. Pieman for a cute little date with pies? Mr.pieman specializes in blending their passion for crafting their world of pastries and pies. Many pies at Mr.pieman are vouched for their gooey goodness, rich crusts, and generous fillings. If you have ever had the chance to visit this little cafe, you know one pie is never enough. The light puffiness of crusts and layers calls for a well-deserved round of the best pie in KL. Especially their mini pies and even frozen pies.
Halal Status: Halal certified
Location: 11, Jalan PJS 5/26, Taman Desaria, 46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: 9AM-5PM (Closed on Sundays)
Contact: 03-7781 1479
Have you ever tried the combination of buttery crusts and layers with creamy fish filings? Well, it’s about time we do at the gravy baby. Gravy baby earned a name for themselves with their pie selection and especially the goodness of creamy fish pie that’s filled with a handful of smoked haddock, salmon cod, prawns and topped with buttery mash. If fish is definitely not your thing, they also have British classics such as lamb shepherd’s pie made out of minced lamb. You are also in for a yummy, gooey delicious treat with their braised steak and ale, pumpkin and apricot tagine, chicken mushroom and tarragon and finally, slow-cooked steak and wild mushroom with rich gravy. It’s an understatement to say this is the place for the best pies in KL.
Halal Status: Alcohol and pork is served
Location: 16, Jalan Medan Setia 2, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: 7AM-1AM
Contact: 03-2011 5288
Good Ground Bakery
Indulge in croissants, tarts, and the best savory pie in KL at this quaint little place in SS17. Good ground bakery is a wholesome bakery that instantly transports you into the world of divine chocolate cake and rich mushroom pies. They may not be specializing in a wide selection of pies but the little they make is to die for! Along with pies, combine your treat with some of their infamous buttery pistachio croissants and a hot cup of coffee. Coffee is not anything extra or artisanal but it has the perfect blend of coffee with other elements. It is rich, smooth, and makes the perfect partner to your pie. If you are looking for authenticity, warmth, and deliciousness in pastries and pies, then you have found the perfect place!
Halal Status: Halal
Location: 143, Jalan SS 17/1A, Ss 17, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: 10:30AM-7:00PM (Closed on Sunday and Monday)
Contact: 03-5879 7904
Let’s start your wonderful journey to delicious pies with Pie Kingdom! They have a wide selection of specialty pies that are made with love and extra attention. It’s crispy, light, crusty, and buttery with rich crusts. Far cry from being a disappointment, they also serve other beautiful dishes to fill up your tummy. They serve exceptional pasta and spaghetti options with excellent coffee and drinks to pair it up with. Of course, needless to say, their pies remain a big winner among all the scrumptious goods. Ready to have a taste of the best pies in KL? Don’t forget to add pie kingdom to your list.
Halal Status: Halal
Location: G-2, Tower 6, Avenue 5, The Horizon, Bangsar South
Opening hours: 8AM-6:30PM (closed on Saturday and Sunday)
Contact: 03-2856 0524
Golly Gosh British Pie & Mash
Pies are an inherent part of the British culture. And there is no beating the authentic taste of pies from corner shops of London. But golly gosh certainly brings something a bit closer to Malaysia. Moving from the same old meat and potato pie, Golly gosh aims to bring Malaysians the best pies in KL that are authentic to taste, Muslim friends, and for every tastebud!
They have so many different types of pies. Pies with crusty lids to pies with no crusty layers on top. Malaysian-inspired pies such as beef rendang with sambal to top up and mash top pies as well as pudding pies. If a good old pie with steak and kidney is not up for your tastebuds or the creaminess of fisherman pie is also not for you, they still have good old chicken and beef classics. They also have a sweet apple chunk infusion with cinnamon, their apple berry crumble.
Halal Status: Halal, Muslim Friendly
Location: 33 Mezzanine floor, Jalan SS 21/1a, Damansara Utama, 47400, Selangor
Opening hours: Tuesday-Thursday (5:00PM-9:30PM) Friday-Sunday (12:00PM-9:30PM) Closed on Monday
Contact: 03-7733 8358
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Regarding The Best Pie In KL: Where To Get Your Pie Fix?
If you’re planning to take away, keeping them in the original pie pan is the best way to store leftover pie. However, you can also keep the slices in an airtight container or wrap them in aluminum foil.
Yes, it can, it’ll take time before it expires. If you wrap your pie tightly in a til foil, then you can have your pie at its top quality within 6 – 8 months.
The patience game is the hardest! It’s better to leave it to cool for a while because if you slice your pie right away when it’s hot, the syrup will flood everywhere, your top crust will collapse, and the filling will run.
The first pie recipe was created by the Romans. It was for rye-crusted goat cheese and honey pie which includes a top and bottom crust and the early pies were known as meat pies.
The word “pie” was derived from magpie before it became a name of a pasty. Magpie was a Latin word for the bird, Pica.
Ancient Egyptians created pies as we know them today. The ancient Greeks invented pie first as it was mentioned in the play: Aristophanes, in the 5th Century BC.