The Flying Pig, Eastwood Mall


I went to sample The Flying Pig at Eastwood Mall with my sisters some time ago, just in time for swine flu season.

The atmosphere in the restaurant had a cozy, middle-class family feel to it. Hee! Actually, it felt quite nice.

Standard photo with the girls. Where the heck did that elbow come from??? I'm a contortionist, wtf!

The food at The Flying Pig is damn expensive, yo. This bowl of Beer Battered Calamares (which were more french fries than calamares, by the way) cost us more than Php 200.

You gotta have some ribs with them calamares, so we ordered some pork. The place isn't named after a swine for no reason. Now because this was some time ago, I forgot which kind of pork ribs these were (Note to self, take notes). I'm telling you, though, that it's very, very good. If I ever end up back there, I might just order it again. This half a slab cost us less than Php 400.

For what it's worth, the food at the Flying Pig is wonderful, if you are willing to pay at least Php500 for a good meal.

The Flying Pig can be found at the Eastwood Mall, right by the entrance, next to Blufish. It should be on your right as you enter, you shouldn't miss it.

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Jessica said...

I've heard some really nice feedback regarding Flying Pig, and now add yours to the list, so I will definitely drive down there some time soon. The name of the resto bothers me though. FLYING PIG isn't exactly attractive?! :P

October 7, 2009 at 9:43 AM
eMz said...

yeah, pigs with wings come to mind with this name. hahaha! the decor and theme is cute though, for an all-pork establishment. you feel a little less guilty for eating the oinks. hahaha

October 7, 2009 at 11:24 AM
YieTze said...

haha ..i love his name " flying pig " :) and their food look delicios :P

October 7, 2009 at 11:58 AM
bambie said...

they do serve great food. and i guess if you have the budget, a meal there can be accomodated. i guess they got the name of the resto from the figure of speech 'when pigs fly'. tee-hee! cute name.

October 7, 2009 at 3:35 PM
Naomi said...

the food looks enticingly yummy!!!

October 7, 2009 at 8:35 PM
ChinkyGirLMeL said...

Now, why don't we have anything like that here in Davao?! ugh grr...But wow, food there is expensive isn't it? Was it worth the price? =)

October 7, 2009 at 10:17 PM
eMz said...

name is cute,noh? hee!

oh yes, if only pigs can fly then we can have porkchops in mid-air! hahaha!

quite deletable! XD

oh yes, definitely worth the price... but i won't come running back every weekend. my wallet will cry, otherwise.hehe!

October 8, 2009 at 11:44 AM
leo vergara said...

hi Ms. emz, thanks for the good review of our store, we will continue to give the best food and service, hope to see you personally, the next time you dine ill give you discount and freebies,let me know when, thanks

Leo Vergara
AGM for Marketing
The Red Crab Group
# 0927 809 62 65

August 19, 2010 at 1:41 PM
Christian Andersen said...

We went there yesterday and guess what "The Flying Pig" DOES NOT serve their signature dish - "The Flying Pig". WTF, I guess it really flew away this time.

March 26, 2012 at 3:12 PM
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