Punk Doily

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Bacon and cheese pie

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Kif Saint making a latte

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Latte and pie

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This sign marks the spot

Tucked away on the third floor of a red-bricked church in Setagaya-ku, Punk Doily is a small but charming pie shop serving the very best versions of the traditional Aussie and New Zealand pies. Run by Aussie native Kif Saint and his wife Noriko, this hole-in-the-wall is open on weekends, often baking up new and delicious recipes to tantalize the taste buds and satisfy the stomach.

Hearty (but not stodgy) meat pies are always on the menu, in any number of variations: steak and wine, meat IPA, pork, apple and cider, and more. Vegetarian options, both savory and sweet may be available, but if you have any special requests or would like to confirm availability, it’s best to contact Punk Doily in advance.

For updates on each week’s selection, see the Punk Doily Twitter or Facebook accounts.

Address: 3F, 3-28-21 OyamadaiSetagaya-ku

Website: punk-doily.business.site

Opening Hours: Sat-Sun, 11am-5pm

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