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The Spotted Pig
Posted by Dave C on 06/21/2010
I originally went to this pub for the OSH - then fell in love with the place - love the Grilled Cheese sandwich. April - never drop the Hen PLEASE
Posted by Anonymous on 05/16/2010
I went to this restaurant with friends and I higly recommend it. The atmosphere is great, the decor is very quaint. Most importantly, the food was excellent!! Every dish we ordered was perfectly prepared. To top it off the service is great, very nice staff and they don't rush you although the wait if over an hour. it's a must try
Posted by Anonymous on 03/24/2010
Honestly, this place should be called the Salted Pig. I was looking forward to finally trying this place with some girlfriends. The atmosphere is great, however, for the price of the meal I would expect the quality of food to be great. Too bad, all I could taste was SALT. I got the pork belly and couldn't even taste it through the salt. This place is great for atmosphere, however, pretty overrated and costly.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/17/2010
This spot is best around 1pm-4pm, during the week. It's like you practically have the place to yourself...specially, if you sit upstairs. Nice wait staff too!!
Posted by villagefoodie on 02/04/2010
i think this place is terrific, but i agree that to experience it best, go during a weeknight. they handle their popularity incredibly well and the staff is not snooty whatsoever. food is unusual, creative, and addictive. service is excellent, ambiance is perfection. I keep coming back!!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/28/2010
We love the atmosphere and the food but we always go at off times to avoid the crowds
Posted by foodluvah on 10/26/2009
yummy food. yummy wines. yummy waiters :) I went with a bunch of girlfriends on a Monday night. It's buzzing and lively and all the dreary weariness of the day was left behind at the door. We ordered many sides: roasted beets, carrots, kale w/ bacon.. all seemingly simple but each packed w/ a punch of intense flavor (ie butter..etc). The gnudi were like little clouds, and my Jerusalem artichokes were light little soft puffs of perfection (ie fried). Not a place for dieters. It's a place to order the banoffee. To those of you who are uninitiated (like both tables of folks on either side of us): banoffee is banana and toffee pie (ie heaven). WOAH amazingness!