The cut of pork we’re not using enough of…

Pork Collar

What’s the cut?

Pork Collar (neck fillet, pork ribeye) is a versatile and delicious cut of pork that seems to be overlooked on menus across the country. The pork collar essentially the same muscle as a ribeye in beef, it is a cylindrical muscle, weighing around 1.5-2kg and has a generous amount of flavoursome marbling running throughout

Why’s it so good?

The beauty of the pork collar is it’s versatility. It can be steaked and grilled for a tasty alternative to beef, stuffed and rolled for a beautiful roast pork dish and after a low and slow cook, produces perfectly pulled pork. A very minor flaw could be that it doesn’t have any skin for crackling- but don’t worry… we can supply that separately!

How much does it cost?

What’s even better- it’s cheap! Depending on which way you have it, you could be paying as little as a quarter of the price of a beef equivalent.

Send a message or call us to discuss the best way of getting this delicious (and high margin) dish onto your menu!


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