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Cochon

suite a 930 Tchoupitoulas St


Sample Menu

SMALL PLATES

bacon & pork pie  $14
fried alligator with chili garlic mayonnaise  $14
wood fired oysters with chili garlic butter  $17
fried shishitos with malt vinegar dressing  $12
roasted eggplant, pepper & almond sauce, seeds, herbs $12

BOUCHERIE

fried boudin  $9
head cheese, pickles, mustards, soda crackers  $10
3 year country ham & prima dona aged gouda  $16
slow roasted pork belly, pepper jelly & herb salad  $12
chili dusted cracklins’  $7

SOUP AND SALAD

chicken & andouille sausage gumbo  $9
cucumbers & herbs in vinegar  $6
heirloom tomato with provolone piccante, seeds & sherry vinaigrette $12
bacon wrapped shrimp with creole cream cheese & iceberg lettuce  $16

ENTREES & WOOD-BURNING OVEN

fried oysters, bacon, lettuce & tomato sandwich with lemon tartar  $20
rabbit & dumplings  $28
wood fired gulf fish “fisherman’s style”  $39
fried catfish with grits, sweet pepper salad, cured pork & chili sauce  $24
daily selection of Ryal’s farm beef  market price
louisiana cochon, daily selection of Ryal’s farm pork  market price

LARGE FORMAT

2 lb smoked pork porterhouse $48
Bill Ryal’s holstein tomahawk ribeye market price

SIDES

roasted corn, dill butter $8
macaroni & cheese casserole $8
creamy grits $8
bacon braised field peas $8https://cochonrestaurant.com
shrimp and eggplant casserole $8

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About (from their menu)

AT COCHON, CHEF LINK HAS RECONNECTED WITH HIS CULINARY ROOTS, SERVING THE TRADITIONAL CAJUN SOUTHERN DISHES HE GREW UP WITH. CHEF LINK AND CHEF/CO-OWNER STEPHEN STRYJEWSKI ARE WORKING WITH LOCALLY SOURCED PORK, FRESH PRODUCE AND SEAFOOD, FOCUSING ON TRADITIONAL METHODS, CREATING AUTHENTIC FLAVORS OF CAJUN COUNTRY.

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