Kowloon has plenty of hints of the British influence, good and bad, but perhaps the tastiest evidence is The Salted Pig in Knutsford Terrace. Bringing the traditional British farmhouse ambience to Tsim Sha Tsui, this is a restaurant which prides itself on welcoming guests into a homely, comfortable dining space. This pork-centric venue presents piggy-deliciousness with aplomb to the city’s hungry diners and locals in this part of town.
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The food was great along with the service, and even a free glass of wine! Plus a new experience of trying pigs ears...and I’m pleased to say that they didn’t make a pigs eat of it 😉
A decent and cozy restaurant with friendly staffs providing high quality services and food. We arrived at 7 on a Monday and ordered an avocado toast and a pork knuckle, the food were served quickly and it tasted perfect. Definitely would go again.
From their British farmhouse-style dining room, complete with pig-based decoration, The Salted Pig’s mission is obvious: serving the best pork anywhere in Kowloon. Inside of their Knutsford Terrace premises in Tsim Sha Tsui, there’s porky-goodness for all at this cosy spot. The menu is something of a nightmare for vegetarians, but meat lovers will be pleased to see oft-neglected pork ingredients showcased (we’re looking at you pork knuckles, pig ear pasta and pancetta scallops).
The Salted Pig’s pride and joy is pork, but this British farmhouse-style eatery has more than just pig on offer. Taking their cues from British traditions, this Tsim Sha Tsui restaurant offers great afternoon tea between 3pm and 5:30pm and an affordable lunch menu between 12pm and 3pm. For those on the look out for something to take the edge off the week, the seasonally-changing cocktail menu should see you on, or else opt for one of the Knutsford Terrace’s restaurant’s draught or bottled beers. There are plenty of reasons to head to The Salted Pig, but mostly its the excellent pork dishes that’s pulling the regulars back in again and again.