Flying Pig Bistro is Christopher’s first attempt in Hong Kong. He has chosen Sai Ying Pun to start his first business as he is in love with the relaxing pace and friendliness of the neighborhood. Putting together some of his all-time favorite dishes with a great variety of ingredients from all over the world, he also loves to integrate his food with a touch of his favorite local fresh ingredients or a twist of the Asian seasonings...
THE URBAN-COOL DESIGN FURNITURE
that mixes recycled pallets with metal elements creating a casual rustic vibe. Artist Malcolm Golding’s vision was to bring a subtle touch of rawness to a non-pretentious space where creatives can feel at home.
If you’re craving a big, hearty breakfast, the signature Flying Pig Breakfast includes bacon, eggs, sausage, hash browns, baked beans, tomato, and roast potatoes. The urban art-inspired interior, featuring recycled materials, graffiti, and retro photographs, create a rustic, casual atmosphere. HK$198 gets you two hours of free-flow wine and spirits, plus an all-you-can-eat meat and roasted veggie station.
It’s hard to keep track of restaurants in Sai Ying Pun, but Flying Pig Bistro on High Street is one that you don’t want to miss. It should be at the top of the pile, actually, as the love child of founder Christopher Przemyski. The sensational food here is [...]
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. Flying Pig Bistro offers quality European comfort food: tasty pork knuckle, crispy suckling pig, juicy pork [...]
Newly opened Flying Pig Bistro, Sai Ying Pun - meat and more. With a name like this, there are numerous pork dishes on the menu, from sliders to pork knuckle and roast suckling pig, but also lighter options such as a quinoa salad. The desserts are rich [...]