For those who have been bunching our pies from the get go, you know Two Guys and a Pie began as a delivery service, often in weather similar to now using trains, buses, bikes and by foot.  Deliveries were suspended as we focused on opening our little store in the watering holes of  Sanlitun.

Now we are primed to deliver hot pies directly to your door! Call us on 186 1105 3912 to put your order in.

During this soft period, we are only delivering hot pies and sausage rolls within 3km. You can look at the map below to see if you fall into the delivery zone.

If you are outside this area and would like some frozen pies delivered to your door, give us a call and we will do our best to work something out. We can deliver Tuesday – Sunday, from 6:30 pm – 11pm.

Two Guys and a Pie Delivery Zone

Two Guys and a Pie Delivery Zone


Two... erm three guys and a pie

Two... erm three guys and a pie

We are officially open! Our soft opening weekend was a great success and many friends, family, pie lovers and new pie pengyous came to visit! We will be open 6 days a week from next week.

More photos from the opening weekend to be posted later!


It’s been a busy year for all things pies and we’ve been a little slow to write the latest blog post.

We have been working on an exciting project that we hope to launch shortly. As a result, we are temporarily suspending our home delivery business.

Fear not as pies will soon be available. Thank for your understanding.

Cheers – Andrew and Matt


There are plenty of people in this world who work 2 jobs like us, some even more…. and I fully give them props. It ain’t easy but if you are chasing your dreams, whether it be saving for a house, preparing for a wedding or trying to start up a business like us it’s worth the sleepless nights and blood, sweat and tears.

When things get tough, you just need to remind yourself why you are doing this and just to have fun with it. I remember standing on a crowded train from Harbin to Beijing last year. I had traveled to Harbin for their infamous Ice Festival and it my excitement to go had managed to get my ticket to Harbin without properly looking into the logistics of getting back to Beijing.

It was at the end of the Chinese New Year holiday and so it was impossible to get train tickets. For those of you unfamiliar with Chinese New Year, this is the time when those who work in Beijing, return to their home towns to visit friends and family. Once the holiday draws to a close they need to make their way back to Beijing for work, but there is only a limited number of train and plane tickets available, creating a mass frenzy to get one of the few tickets.

I only managed to find a standing ticket and there were no seated tickets available for another week. What is a standing ticket? It is exactly what it sounds like. It means standing in the aisle where food trolleys and people constantly pass you by. I don’t think they even sell this kind of ticket in Australia! I just had to suck it up.

There was nothing for me to lean on, I didn’t have a toilet break, I ate nothing and I had 3 sips of water during the entire 12 hour journey! It was one of the toughest things I have ever had to do but I thought of it as an experience to remember and passed the time by playing any kind of games I could think of with my friend. I Spy, making conversation with song lyrics, naming countries from A-Z, naming baby names A-Z etc. At the end of the day, the reason I got myself into it was to finally visit the Harbin Ice festival which I had been wanting to do for years. And that helped ease the pain of the experience.

I would never subject myself to do a standing train ride in China for that kind of length of time again but I will always remember it.