January 25, 2011


The Flying Pig's interiors

When I first heard about The Flying Pig, I instantly imagined a pig with wings flying in the air. My friends Michelle and Ronald also thought of the same thing and we were right. As we entered this establishment in the corner of Tomas Morato corner Scout Delgado Street in Quezon City, I was caught by a photograph of a pleasant-looking flying pig with flapping white wings. Walls were adorned by various posters mainly of local and international movies.

The delectable Frying Cuchi Frito

The highlight of our meal was The Frying Cuchi Frito which is a tender and flavorful six-weeks-old roasted pig served with balsamic vinegar, pineapple and liver sauce plus fragrant fried rice. What Chef Peter Ayson prides is that their piglet was fed with a strict diet of milk and grass making its meat as soft as chicken while its skin was cooked to a crunch.

Complementing tones at The Flying Pig

Dining at The Flying Pig is quite cozy with its play of hues in bright red and virginal white. The faux French windows and brick walls complete its inviting look. 

The Flying Pig 
opened last November 2009 under the Red Crab Group of Restaurants.
Located at Tomas Morato corner Scout Delgado Street in Quezon City
Contact Details : 374-8406

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All photos in this site were captured by Pie Rivera unless otherwise stated.

Pie Rivera is a food columnist at Republic of 7107 Island Travel Magazine and a freelance writer for other food & travel magazines.

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