5 Glen Cameron Rd, Unit 27A
I'm no Korean BBQ expert but I do know good food and Piggy's Restaurant serves up some delicious mouth watering pork belly BBQ. Piggy's is located in Thornhill just North of Yonge St. and Steeles Avenue.
My authentic Korea friend, Michele, said Piggy's has the best Korean BBQ in town so I guess we had to visit. For the three of us we order 2 servings of the pork belly which comes with side dishes, lettuce (for wrapping your pork), sauce and a small tofu soup.
Look at all that food, my mouth is salivating as I type this!
You can also add on white rice, fried kimchi rice or stone bowl rice. We opted for the kimchi fried rice (Mook Eun Gi )for an extra $2.95.
Michele also mentioned that Piggy's has the best Bi Bim Naeng Myeon (Sweet potato vermicelli noodles with spicy red pepper sauce, $9.95).
This was my first time trying Bi Bim Naeng Myeon, I usually get the Mul Naeung Myeon (Sweet potato vermicelli noodles in icy cold beef broth) but I got to admit it was super yummy, the sauce wasn't too spicy and it was a fretting break from all that pork belly.
The pork wasn't too greasy or fatty, the fatty just melted away. I usually spit out or avoid the fatty parts of meat but I devoured the nuggets of pork.
I would highly recommend Piggy's Restaurant for good authentic Korean BBQ, I haven't tried their BBQ beef yet but I will make a trip soon.
The three of us were incredibly stuffed but we definitely had room for some bubble tea!