3 munchies: Slow-cooked and grilled till it was soft and tender, the Hungarian Mangalista Pork is served with steamed kernel corn and corn puree, yellow mustard seed, and burnt leeks. Finished with tasty red wine au jus, it was a pity that the pork was a tad salty. Go for either the Patagonian Toothfish or M6 Australian Wagyu Beef for your main course instead.

The Hungarian Mangalista Pork is part of the Corner House Business Luncheon menu – available from Tuesday to Saturday. Last order is at 2.30pm.