The restaurant space is huge by Hong Kong standards. It was busy and loud, but when I looked around, there were still plenty of available tables.
The wait staff were very friendly - attentive but not overbearing, and I was impressed at how the courses were paced.
Our starter was Japanese scallops with chorizo and potato and red pepper mash. There were 3 decent-sized scallops and they were perfectly cooked. I wish there'd been a few more on the plate! The chorizo didn't overpower the scallops either. Each bite was a great combination of flavours and textures.
The main was Spanish pork belly with roasted vegetables, for 2 people to share. There was a mustard sauce on the side, but it really wasn't needed. The pork had so much flavour and melted in your mouth. There were 5 large pieces and there was nearly a fight for the last piece.
For dessert, we had a pistachio mousse and a chocolate orange tart. Both were delicious, but I was still relishing the pork belly!
We also had a pitcher of The Salted Pig draught, so by the end of it all, I definitely felt like a pig.
The regular menu also looked really promising. While pork is obviously the star, there are some other interesting options, including a fish & prawn pie and vegie options.
I liked the feel of the restaurant and found the service excellent. Add that to a hearty, satisfying meal, and you have a winner.
Definitely going back for more.
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Nov 17, 2012
Spending per head: Approximately HKD600(Dinner)
Value for Money4
Keep it up!