The Flying Pig in Yaletown, Vancouver

Whitney organized a gathering for Angie (, Polly and I in late October.


We went to The Flying Pig in Yaletown for the convenience of all.


Polly and I arrived early at 11:10AM. We were their first customers of the day.


The server brought some complimentary bread with butter while we waited for everyone to arrive.


Angie ordered a Chopped House Salad. It came in a big plate with free range chicken, tomatoes, cucumber, eggs, avocado, bacon and iceberg lettuce. She asked for a vinaigrette dressing instead of the ranch or blue cheese dressing on the menu.


Angie also ordered a Mimosa to go with a her salad.


Polly, Whitney and I shared two entrees and a side dish.


We had the Wild Seafood Pappardelle with mussels, clams, fresh fish and prawns in spicy rose sauce. It was recommended by the server when we asked him what’s good for sharing.


The second entree that we shared was Blackened Lois Lake Steelhead Trout on a bed of cous cous salad a la grecque and avocado salsa. I enjoyed the chickpeas in the salad.


As for the side, we had the Crispy Brussels Sprouts with lemon, Parmesan can capers. It was a great side.


The bill came in individual billing, makes it easy for us to pay individually.

Credit card is accepted.

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