Harry’s Cafe de Wheels
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Harry’s Cafe de Wheels information
Open since 1938 (except for a few years when founder Harry ‘Tiger’ Edwards was on active service), Harry’s has been serving meat pies to everyone from Pamela Anderson to Frank Sinatra and Colonel Sanders. You can’t leave without trying a Tiger: a hot meat pie with sloppy peas, mashed potato, gravy and tomato sauce.