Royal offering for pie lovers to open in Howey Place

Royal offering for pie lovers to open in Howey Place
Royal offering for pie lovers to open in Howey Place

Designer and ethical pie bakery Princes Pies has secured 10 Howey Place in Melbourne’s CBD.

Fitzroys Agency agent Ervin Niyaz negotiated the five-year deal with a five-year option.

It is for the 22 square metre space at more than $2,300 per square metre.

Princes Pies is operated by Matti Fallon, former head chef at DuNord and friend Nathan Holloway.

Accompanying Matti will be a monthly rotating roster of renowned Melbourne chefs that will share a new take on the Aussie pie, including Nick Stanton of Ramblr, Daniel Dobra of St Ali, and Tom Jacobson of Changz.

The shop will showcase classic pie flavours, pasties and sausage rolls, as well as pie styles aimed at foodies that include lamb, goat’s cheese and truffle pies.

The business teamed up with an ethical farming family in Victoria’s Coldstream, the Little Creek Cattle Company, ensuring that the ingredients used as 100% natural and ethically farmed, and grown and sources from local providers.

Niyaz said Princes Pies was looking to establish its business in a classic busy Melbourne CBD laneway space.

The high level of pedestrian traffic in Howey Place is boosted further by position between Collins Street and Little Collins Street, at the rear of David Jones and 234 Collins Street Retail Centre, he said.

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