Where is the closest place to Flagstaff Hill where I can get a pie floater?

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dt1 Feb 18, 2018
The pie floater - a meat pie floating or submerged in a bowl of pea soup - has been an icon of Adelaide since the 1870s!
There used to be 13 pie carts along King William street and North Terrace. The last one outside the Adelaide Railway station closed a number of years ago.
There are only 2 or 3 bakeries still selling them. Villies cafe is one of them.
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There are few good bakery's spread about the place. Not knowing the best or even many but I would say give the Bakery in Flagstaff Hill a go ? :)
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dt1 No they dont do them.
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Wendy Cawte 2yrs+
Probably my house :) - not many people are familiar with them in Adelaide.
However, I reckon the Bakery at Flaggie would be more than willing to 'give it a go'.
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dt1 You will find that all the born and bred locals do know about them!
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