Pulled pork specialists Phileas Hog are going to be taking over the food at Kentish Town's Abbey Tavern from 26 July. The trio were previously based at local butchers Harry’s Fine Foods and also had a slow-roast pulled-pork stall at Brick Lane Market.
On the menu will be The Phileas Hog - delicious pulled pork, slow-cooked in cider, served in a ciabatta roll with a selection of homemade sauces, coleslaw and crackling.
For red-meat lovers there is The Phileas Burger, made of aged Scottish chuck beef, served in a brioche bun with sauces, gherkins and salad. Or how about a Piggy Back, a Phileas Burger topped with their trademark pulled pork, cheese and bacon?
Also available will be the Salt Beef Chief, thick slices of salt beef topped with sauerkraut & dill coleslaw; The Hot Chick, a spicy paprika coated chicken burger and The Veggie Kray, a smoky sweet potato burger with pesto; triple cooked chips; onion rings; vegetable pakoras and red hot jalapeno poppers.
The joint venture kicks off with a special weekend of events from 6pm on Friday July 26th to Sunday July 28th, with a Hog Roast in the garden on the afternoon of Saturday 27th.
Phileas Hog at The Abbey Tavern starts on Friday 26 July at 124 Kentish Town Road, London, NW1 9QB