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Appetite for pasties sees business expand

Monday, August 20th 2012- PLYMOUTH HERALD A CITY centre restaurant and takeaway has an appetite for expansion after selling a whopping 110,000 pasties in its first year. The Original Pasty House, launched with a £150,000 investment last summer, has seen trade boom since adding Plymouth to its Tavistock branch, and is now due to open […]


Pasties are the Secret to Prosperity

July 26, 2012 By David Expanding a business is never easy, but it is usually even more challenging if you choose to do it in a recession. But this wasn’t the case for The Original Pasty House that expanded its operation twelve months ago. Business is thriving at a popular food outlet in Plymouth – […]


Traditional Pasties

Article written for Compton and Crownhill Shopper – October 2011 The history of the pasty goes back as far as the 13th century, during the reign of Henry III. However it became more commonplace around the 16th & 17th century. The pasty attained its real ‘Cornish’ identity in the last 200 years. The pasty provided […]


New £150,000 Pasty Restaurant For Plymouth

Plymouth Herald, July 19th, 2011 PLYMOUTH already has a clutch of outlets selling pasties but the owners of a new £150,000 restaurant and takeaway think their business is different enough to survive and thrive. And The Original Pasty House’s Nigel and Janet Eadie know their market. They have been running a successful pasty business in […]


Pasty House to open in city

Article written for Tavistock Times Gazette– July 13th, 2011 THE owners of a West Devon shop are spreading their wings and will soon be serving pasties to the people of Plymouth. Owners of Tavistock’s Original Pasty House, Nigel and Janet Eadie, will be opening a shop in Plymouth later this month. Mr Eadie said: ‘We […]


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