The Flying Pig Restaurant
|I know what you’re thinking. The Flying Pig? You must have lots of pork on
the menu, right? Nothing could be further from the truth. To be honest, the menu
breakdown has a wide range of items and, yes, a small portion can be pork. The
Restaurant would be “nouveau Canadian Bistro”… offering a simple, seasonally
inspired menu with fresh, local ingredients at a great value. The open concept
kitchen brings the Chef to your table, delivering a memorable overall dining
The Flying Pig Restaurant Location
|1168 Hamilton Street
The Flying Pig Restaurant Contact
The Flying Pig Restaurant Reviews
|“Delicious fresh selections!”
Popped in for a quick lunch and pleasantly surprised at high quality, delicious
choices. I had generous serving of brussel sprouts along with the scrummy
lobster and shrimp risotto. Highly recommend! Service was stellar.
“Great restaurant with the feel of a cosy neighbourhood cafe”
This mid-sized, cosy, relaxing restaurant has become my new favourite eatery in
Vancouver. The food was superb, service excellent, and prices very reasonable
considering both the quality and quantities. It has an extensive wine list,
including some excellent local wines, which can be purchased by the bottle or
On our first visit we arrived early but, luckily, were able to see what other
diners were being served. Portions were large so we decided to skip appetizers.
I had BBQ wild King salmon with a salad nicoise. My companion ordered the
Signature Pork Chop with pulled pork poutine. Both meals were excellent.
On our second visit we arrived just in time to take the last table in the house.
We shared a blackboard special that consisted of a dish with BBQ wild salmon, a
10 oz aged striploin, pork, a carbonara-style pasta dish, and salads galore. The
salads were really fresh and beautifully done, the meats and fish cooked just
right. It was an amazing dish and cost no more than two individual meals. It's
worth checking the blackboard specials!
The meal portions are generous. We did not have appetizers or deserts. On our
first visit we ordered a side dish but ended up with it not eaten.
While The Flying Pig gets very busy we never felt rushed. Wait staff encouraged
us to take our time and relax, which we did. They only take reservations for
lunch and brunch so it's worth going in early or late should you go for an
I'd recommend this to anyone visiting Vancouver. Its location is easy to get to
with it being in a block of converted warehouses running parallel to the
Yaletown-Roundhouse train station, approximately a 3 minute walk away.