Any meal that’s been relied upon for centuries is good enough for us. The Peckham branch of M. Manze’s has been serving up pie, mash, and liquor on and off since 1927. You can walk out of here with a couple of pies and the rest for around seven quid. If you’re very hungry, this is the business.
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