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Photograph: Courtesy Porker

Time Out says

Specialist in Japanese deep-friend breaded pork cutlets

Descending the flight of stairs into Porker feels like stumbling upon hidden treasure. The stylish, modern restaurant occupies a compact basement space that almost feels like it shouldn’t exist, and is constantly packed to the brim with customers. The star of the show is definitely the full house set ($210 during lunch hours, $230 at night), which alongside the standard rice, miso soup, and salad, comes with a cheesy cutlet that oozes with melted mozzarella, as well as cuts of aged pork sirloin and tenderloin. There’s also an excellent range of drinks on offer too, particularly saké.


55 Wellington Street, Central
Hong Kong
6706 5298
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