In this episode of The Meat Show, host Nick Solares continues on his mission to sample all of London’s most notable meats. The next stop is a visit to Pitt Cue Co. to try what Nick Solares calls “one of the great pork chops in the world.”
Pitt Cue Co. is all about pigs. When co-owners Jamie Berger and Tom Adams got started, Pitt Cue Co. was just a seasonal food stand serving pulled pork sandwiches. Over the years, it has evolved into a small restaurant in Soho that’s defining the course of British barbecue. The meat is supplied by a farm in Cornwall run by Adams.
Solares samples a pulled pork sandwich and bone marrow mash, but the dish that really steals his heart is the giant pork chop. Solares describes the experience: “I’m having a moment with this pork chop [...] it’s so tender it’s almost like sushi,” but with a “gentle sweet pork finish.” Check out the video above to witness the entire sensual pork chop experience.
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