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JazzyK Nov 10, 2012 09:35 AM

I am looking for an inexpensive place to get suckling pig and this eatery has come up in my research. Does anyone recommend it or otherwise?

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    p0lst3r Nov 11, 2012 06:52 PM

    Haven't been to PG, but I see the pork doesn't look particularly inspiring in Openrice photos.

    Wish there was somewhere to get Babi Guling in HK (it doesn't get better):

    www.google.com/search?q=babi+guling&a...

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      klyeoh Nov 11, 2012 06:57 PM

      Getting 'babi guling' in HK will be a tall order indeed - Indonesian cuisine available in this city is not particularly inspiring, to say the least.

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        anitatsang Dec 4, 2012 06:22 AM

        The suckling pigs and chickens at Piggy Grill are brilliant - many eaters from Singapore, Philiippines and even UK go there. Worth trying!

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          JazzyK Jan 5, 2013 04:27 PM

          I am sad that we didn't go! This response came after we got home and I did not hear anything positive before arriving in HK so we skipped it.

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        Kiedis Dec 5, 2012 12:55 AM

        What's your definition of inexpensive? All things considered, the suckling pig at Manor Restaurant in CWB is rather worth its price. HKD500+ for a half pig, feeds about 5-6 pax.

        For individual portions served w rice, some of the roast joints also dish out competent pigs, like Joy Hing, Yat Lok etc. They should cost you about 40-60 HKD per portion.

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          JazzyK Jan 5, 2013 04:28 PM

          We did not go to Piggy Grill but we did go to Joy Hing's. The BBQ pork was delicious, but the roasted pork left much to be desired. It was cheap!

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