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01 October 2017 03:17 Post ID: #1555701
GeroniMO
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how do people eat that slop ? I went to Arments to pick up some P&M for me, the boy and my old mum only to find it was shut. I'd promised the old girl P&M so thought I'd risk Manze's hoping she wouldn't notice. She's 84 and losing her memory and even she said... what's this old shit !!! after a couple of mouthfuls lol She couldn't eat it. The pies were mank, the liquor was pissy and the less said about the mash the better. dreadful
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01 October 2017 03:38 Post ID: #1555702 - in reply to #1555701
GeroniMO
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Arments all the way
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01 October 2017 06:47 Post ID: #1555708 - in reply to #1555701
Supreme MO
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Arments all day long. Plus you get a better class of council
house totty in there.
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01 October 2017 08:50 Post ID: #1555720 - in reply to #1555701
Sir MO
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Which manses was it ? Peckham or tower bridge?
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01 October 2017 09:16 Post ID: #1555726 - in reply to #1555701
Supreme MO
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Arments should be in the Michelin Guide.

It is a national treasure: a blue plaque restaurant for the blue rinse.
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01 October 2017 09:45 Post ID: #1555734 - in reply to #1555701
MOaner
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Arments is the only 100% proper pie mash shop left on the manor. (Raw meat in the pie as it goes in to the oven. TTKK)
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01 October 2017 10:07 Post ID: #1555739 - in reply to #1555701
MOaner
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i can often be found in peckham manzes, staring into space, wondering what its all about.
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01 October 2017 11:35 Post ID: #1555754 - in reply to #1555701
Manzes is rank i do not like it at all
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01 October 2017 11:54 Post ID: #1555760 - in reply to #1555701
Supreme MO
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Sutton & Peckham Manzie's far superior to the tourist trap in
Tower Bridge rd.
Well done Whisky for knowing about the blue plaque.
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01 October 2017 12:02 Post ID: #1555765 - in reply to #1555701
Best pie mash by far was r cooke waterloo rip
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01 October 2017 12:08 Post ID: #1555773 - in reply to #1555701
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I was brought up as a child on Cooksies and Arments.
Nothing between them imo
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01 October 2017 12:16 Post ID: #1555779 - in reply to #1555765
Supreme MO
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waterloowacker - 1/10/2017 12:02

Best pie mash by far was r cooke waterloo rip


Yep, agree 100% and the governor always had a welcoming smile for everyone
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01 October 2017 12:17 Post ID: #1555781 - in reply to #1555773
midway lion - 1/10/2017 12:08

I was brought up as a child on Cooksies and Arments.
Nothing between them imo
Arments is the closest to cookes i have ever found i cannot believe people rate mazes and how you can get pie mash so wrong and get away with it for years.
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01 October 2017 12:19 Post ID: #1555782 - in reply to #1555701
Supreme MO
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Anyone remember the pie shop in Brixton ? A Cooks in Electric avenue
if memory serves.
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01 October 2017 12:33 Post ID: #1555793 - in reply to #1555779
lionheart48 - 1/10/2017 12:16

waterloowacker - 1/10/2017 12:02

Best pie mash by far was r cooke waterloo rip


Yep, agree 100% and the governor always had a welcoming smile for everyone :grin:
Yes his name was paul what a humpy git he was, some lady used to do a walking tour around here and stand outside and talk about the shop etc and he used to pull the shutter down so they could not look in.
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02 October 2017 13:45 Post ID: #1555924 - in reply to #1555701
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02 October 2017 14:06 Post ID: #1555930 - in reply to #1555701
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cant beat pie and chips
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