About The Fat Pig
A new collaboration between Michelin-starred chef Tom Aikens and the Press Room Group, The Fat Pig has been stirring things up on the 11th floor of Causeway Bay’s Times Square. Serving only hormone-free pork, The Fat Pig is committed to bringing diners the very highest quality cuisine. This Hong Kong restaurant features a menu that’s categorised by cooking methods – baked, grilled, cured or pot-roasted, for example – and by plate size, offering diners an innovative take on eating barbecue. With a rustically charming interior designed by Michaelis Boyd Associates, as well as a lovely outdoor terrace, The Fat Pig on Matheson Street is unlike an other dining destination in the city. Stay ahead of the pack by booking ahead for a table at this unique American restaurant.
- Monday 11:00 - 23:00
- Tuesday 11:00 - 23:00
- Wednesday 11:00 - 23:00
- Thursday 11:00 - 23:00
- Friday 11:00 - 23:00
- Saturday 11:00 - 23:00
- Sunday 11:00 - 23:00
Nice service, good food and vibe, will try to visit again with a larger group of people so we can order more variety of food.
the restaurant is nice. Good for small group people to chat and celebrate. Have a very smooth surprise for my guest and the service is so great, especially the staffs are very friendly and helpful enough. The foods are excellence, only personally suggest if the restaurant can serve the burger in the tea time as well (a full day menu should be good.)
Many different pork options. The glazed pork belly was very good, truffle mac and cheese, sausage roll, caramel dessert, and lemon cheesecake. The pork meatballs were just okay as well as the steamed fish and prawn noodles. I wouldn't order those again.
Friendly staff and delicious food. No part of the pig is wasted, and they are used in interesting recipes. Highly recommend the mac & cheese, meatballs, pork belly with smoked eggplant, and pork sliders.
Decent restaurant with some delicious dishes. We came here for a Sunday lunch, the place wasn't too busy and felt comfortable. The pulled pork slider was amazing, so was the pork belly! The bacon creme brulee was a bit weird, the bacon bits were a bit too chewy (should be crispy in my opinion), and the custard wasn't that impressive. The icecream (I think they said it was homemade) was nice however, topped with salted caramel sauce & honeycomb!
the restaurant is clean and much space for people to hang out with, good for chit chat, food is good, service is good, but I have to say the dish is too small, especially like salad and should not charge for the water per head, this is hong kong people not accept it.
Food are not as good as our previous visits. The staff were also nicer where they would recommend dishes to us. That said, the team was also very nice in moving us to another seat when we mentioned the table next to us was a bit noisy.
A great evening! Fabulous food and good service. Only downside, their happy hour doesn't apply to drinks unless you're sitting at the bar or outside. Also not enough choice of wines. Otherwise recommended, especially for sharing, then you get to try lots of their lovely dishes.
immediately given a seat on arrival and the environment is quite relax and comfy for dining. the staff are nice and dishes presented nicely. but little bit heavy for me and prefer more fresher dishes to balance the feeling. maybe fresher drinks will do
Went with pretty high expectations - found the location to be well decked out, yet fairly empty. The food was okay (had a few of the small plates). I'd go back to try the main meals / large sharing platters, yet seemed expensive.
Very pleasant envionment and with good service. The food was very good and reasonably priced. It was a Shame a couple of items on the menu and drinks list were not available.
The food was good and they have got an interesting fusion menu. They served generous portions too. The service was good enough too. For drinks, we had a HK Deep Ocean and Somersby and they were both alright.
Staff moderately knowledgeable but definitely very helpful. Small menu which I actually prefer. Portions very very tiny considering the price but the food is good, esp the roast pork.
Ambience and service were good. However, portions were even smaller than imagined and food was tasty, but nothing exceptional. Worth a visit for the novelty, but there probably won't be a second :/
Food was quite salty. They were not served at the same time, even when we have specified individual dishes for each person, as they were expected to be shared. Service was also slow when the restaurant was not even in its full capacity.
would be great if sit down diners can also use the happy hour offer. The best dish of the night was Mac and Cheese. One of their signature dishes, pork belly was a disappointment, the meat was not tender at all.
Great brunch place with attentive service. Perfect for large gatherings or small parties alike. Some dinner favorite dishes were also available on the brunch lunch menu.
Not exactly British cuisine, just like the fusion of Chinese and Korean for pot roasted pork belly and pulled pork respectively. But they are tasty XD
Our waitress is very helpful and nice. however, the manager was pretty impolite, she deliberately ignored us few times!
fusion nice idea of serving Chinese recipe pork in a western way, but doesn't do well the pork they use isn't reli good and staff are busy serving more tables than they can
Cozy place and foods are taste good also prices are fair.
great place for groups, fun place for kids and adults!