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Flying Pig Bistro - a hip new restaurant on High Street in Sai Ying Pun - is a feast for both the eyes and the stomach, mixing great food with cool urban art. A creative collaboration between co-founder Christopher Przemyski and Hong Kong-based artist Malcolm Golding, Flying Pig Bistro offers quality European comfort food: tasty pork knuckle, crispy suckling pig, juicy pork chops ... say no more. Head there on a weekend for its leisurely brunch paired with its popular egg dishes and sandwiches.
US$ 25 - US$ 51
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Delivery, Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Highchairs Available, Accepts Credit Cards
All reviews brunch sunday roast pork roast potatoes lamb wellington burger seafood linguine ribs salad wild mushrooms fries sai ying pun classic mini great western food set dinner menu all you can eat few beers
The all you can eat Sunday Roast is a really good deal. I had the choice between roast beef, honey roast ham, and roast turkey with roast potatoes, veggies, gravy and salad on the side. The free flow package keeps you well lubricated.
Try the chicken, half or whole, it is up to you. The Turkey croissant is great to and you might want to think about ordering the fried onions as they go well with everything. Staff are friendly and it is a family friendly place. Try...More
Actually, this is not my first time to go to Flying Pig. Usually, I have dinner on High Street and Flying Pig is one of the favourites. This time I went to Flying Pig for lunch. It doesn’t let me down at all.
Nothing wrong with this pig, but a #203 in all of HK says more about its customers than about the restaurant. It is downright average. The food is OK, but nothing special. The set menu comes with an otherwise terribly expensive (price/quality) glass of wine....More
We had dinner and lunch here during a few days while staying with friends locally. The food was tasty and the service was with a smile. The lunch menu was excellent value.
They also have a good selection of drinks and decent draft beer.
We had a set lunch for 118 HK which includes a Starter, Main Dish, Desserts, and Beverages. We started with delicious carrot soup and a prawn salad. As the main course, we ate an incredible tasteful meat and salmon linguine. The dessert was so good...More
Situated on a whole street of cool funky small restaurants and bars, this was a good place for meat lovers. After the amusingly-named gaijin beer on-tap, we went for red wine & steak & ribs and were not disappointed.
The staff were all French in...More
After climbing the equivalent of 14 flights of stairs, we found four breakfast places in a row. We chose this one based on price. It seemed like the most reasonable on the block. Food was good for the price, but HK tends to be expensive...More