I only wish I had savoured it more.
Pop-up TONCO usually supplies intricate, artisan sandwiches and salads on a Wednesday lunchtime but last week they ventured into pasties.
The layers of butter in the crisp, golden pastry were immediately obvious.
Inside the hot parcel was braised beef – somehow still tender inside – minute cubes of the under-appreciated and distinct celeriac and quince, which gave slivers of sweet flavour throughout.
I wolfed the whole thing (£5) down in mere minutes and thought about going back for a second.