Each component of this dish was done really well.

The octopus had a nice bite to it without being overly-rubbery, and it had a smokey and salty flavour reminiscent of bacon. In fact, it tasted so meaty that it was hard to believe this was actually seafood.

The pork was crispy, juicy, and everything a good fried pork belly should be. The meaty parts were tender and the fatty bits melted in my mouth.

The potato foam was smooth and had a cream-like texture. It was light and fluffy with a slight sweetness from the relish underneath, and complemented the heavily-seasoned octopus and pork.

(Picture shows a half portion as the staff split the dish for us to share.)