Ginger Pig, London
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Superbly impressed with the beef butchery class. Wasn't sure what to expect but upon entering I was met with a butchers shop, I was welcomed and sent to my station. The course was informal and fun but... read more »
I used to be a regular at the Ginger Pig and loved everything about it. I had noticed that the sausage rolls were getting smaller (probably 3/4s of the size they used to be) which was disappointing bu... read more »
Attended a butchery class tonight. A butcher demonstrated the butchering of a cow. We loved the explanation regarding curing the meat, what to ask from your butcher, as well as the different cuts of m... read more »
I did the beef butchery course here. Really great guys teaching the class. Learned loads, ate incredible food and got a bit drunk to boot. Worth every penny.
Really good quality meat and not too expensive. Really friendly staff who are happy to help. Also serve lunch during the week for £6.50 you get a large serving of quality roast of a selection of meats with veg oil etc
come hungry. The £6 lunch box is frankly a thing to behold, they keep on piling in meat, 'tatties' and more. really it can feed two people. Alongside the selection of scotch eggs, sausage rolls and epic pies, whats not to love. over in the butchers side theres every cut of quality meat you could want, so if you're cooking at home they will get and prepare the meat you need, rather than the usual supermarket stuff. You'll notice the difference and its not expensive.
Good butchers in the Marylebone area. Great selection of meats of all cuts at reasonable prices.
I went to the Ginger Pig in Moxon Street and I asked the guy - a Romanian - if he could grind some meat: beef plus pork altogether. Reluctantly, he made a big deal about the fact that he couldn't do that because they are not allowed to mince meat together. Well, I explained to him - who apparently lacks of culinary knowledge - that my Italian sauce requires the meat minced together twice. Not to mention that he spat on my meat while talking on account of his holed teeth. So, he told me that this is England. What a funny reply - considering he is from Romania. And then, out of curiosity, why do they sell Porchetta (when it is not the same as the Italian one) when they claim to be a British butchery? And why do they sell Italian sausages? And why is there a Romanian and other foreigners to serve people? I feel very slighted with these people and I will never walk into that store again!
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