5 July, 2021
Danish Pork
Danish Pork
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Eat Your Way Through These Pork Dishes At Little Bao, Namo Avant Thai & More

5 July, 2021
Danish Pork scoop

See how European Pork from Denmark is featured in top restaurants across Hong Kong…

Taiwanese “lu rou” Scotch Eggs, slow-cooked Guinness BBQ Pork Ribs, Pork Belly In Hang Lay Curry – the diversity of pork knows no bounds. And now, thanks to the European Quality Pork from Denmark campaign, here’s your chance to sample just how delicious this popular meaty staple can be.

Using pork imported directly from Denmark, 18 of the city’s top restaurants have dreamt up exclusive dishes for your dining pleasure. Denmark’s expansive countryside is widely regarded as the optimum conditions for pork production, with the country’s meat renowned for its high food safety and traceability, along with its high regard for animal welfare, so you know you’re in for a treat. You have until Wednesday, 21 July to try them all (what are you waiting for?). Keep scrolling for our top picks…

Taiwanese “lu rou” Scotch Eggs At Little Bao ($98)

Jammy Japanese Taiyouran eggs encased in a five-spice shiitake European pork sausage mix, served with a helping of decadent truffle coleslaw. A clash of cultures, in the very best way.

Grilled Danish Pork Drumsticks With Chu Chee Curry At Namo Avant Thai ($198)

Tender drumsticks of meat pairs with lashings of fragrant yellow coconut curry in this Thai-inspired rendition of all things pork. A taste of tropical holidays await!

Other participating restaurants include:

  • Flying Pig Deli
  • Flying Pig Bistro
  • Bingaz Street Food
  • Café Siam
  • Gafell
  • The Cottage
  • Coyote Bar & Grill
  • Coyote Mexican Cantina
  • Lobster Shack
  • The Den
  • McSorley’s Brewhouse & Grill
  • Fini’s Soho
  • Fini’s Wanchai
  • Popinjays
  • TM’s by The Den

Head here for the full list.

Brought to you in partnership with European Quality Pork from Denmark.

Hero image courtesy of European Quality Pork from Denmark.

Disclaimer: The content of this advertorial represents the views of Danish Agriculture & Food Council only and is their sole responsibility. The European Commission does not accept any responsibility for any use that may be made of the information it contains.


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