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London’s traditional pie ’n’ mash shops are an endangered species. Usually small family-run businesses, some have been open for a century or more, and the survivors are hubs for local communities. If you’re into Instagramming your avo on toast, take note: along with roasts, fish ’n’ chips and full Englishes, this city was built on pies, gravy, eels and liquor.
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