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Smokin' Hog

  • Smokin' Hog
  • Smokin' Hog
  • Smokin' Hog
  • Smokin' Hog
  • Smokin' Hog
  • Smokin' Hog
  • 970 Wuding Lu,
    near Changde Lu


    15 mins from Jing'an Temple
    Phone: Unknown
    Mon-Thu&Sun, 11am-11pm,
    Fri-Sat, 11am-1am

    Editor’s Description

    Last updated: Jun 12, 2024
    Smokin’ Hog officially opened last week in Post No Bills' old location. This is chef Nacho Virgen and partner Karina Sasmita’s first brick-and-mortar restaurant in Shanghai giving their popular Smokin' Hog pop-up a permanent home. The menu is as authentic as Texas BBQ as can be expected but with some Mexican dishes like nachos, chili con carne, and tacos.

    Try a platter with your choice of brisket, ribs, pulled pork, or sausage. For sides, they offer all the classics: mac & cheese, fries, coleslaw, potato salad – the cornbread is a must-try. They also do a mean burger. We tried the Fully Loaded 2.0, a sandwich with smoked brisket and maple pork belly, encased in a lightly toasted brioche bun.

    For desserts, try the decadent Tipsy Banana Pudding, made with bourbon custard, banana caramel, crumble, and sorbet. Recommend getting a Mexican coffee with it.

    Signature cocktails include the Vampiro, their take on a Bloody Mary, topped with bacon and gherkins. Also good was their Paloma. The open-air storefront lets in a nice breeze, making this a cozy hangout spot to enjoy some good BBQs and cocktails with friends.

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