Jurgen Gothe of The Georgia Straight recently did a review of some notable wine lists in Vancouver. The Flying Pig was honoured to be included in the resulting article.
An excerpt here:
Few restaurants have made as much noise since opening as the Flying Pig, both of them, in Yaletown and Gastown. I prefer the Gastown location for its proximity to the parkade, and as far as I can tell the menus are identical, save for the daily specials. The wine list is well priced and chosen to match the hearty, robust food. Wines are grouped so: reds, whites, rosé and bubbles, and notable wines, the latter including Freemark Abbey Cabernet Sauvignon at $99, tied for the costliest wine on the well-chosen little list.
Read the entire article here, with further thought on some of our menu items and talk of our upcoming third location later this year.