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Cochon



930 Tchoupitoulas St
New Orleans, LA 70130

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(504) 588-2123

Hours

  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Cuisine: Cajun Restaurants, Most Romantic Restaurants

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4.8 of 5.0 from 306 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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  • The SOG City Oracle on Jul 23, 2013

    "I had left home (like all Jewish girls) in order to eat pork and take birth control pills. When I first shared an intimate evening with my husband I was swept away by the passion (so dormant inside myself) of a long and tortured existence...

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  • Serial Eclectic on Jun 11, 2013

    On a recent sweltering midweek night this past April, I made my way to Donald Links highly regarded shrine to rustic and real Cajun cooking, Cochon...

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  • Jo GGet the alligator and pork cheeks. They're to die for!

    55555 by Jo G


  • Natasha M.Mac n cheese is outstanding!

    55555 by Natasha M.


  • Moe JLouisanan Cochon is amazing

    55555 by Moe J


  • Jenn V.The ribs and Mac & Cheese were delicious!

    55555 by Jenn V.


  • eric CThe rabbit dumplings were absolutely incredible. Rabbit was tender and tasty.

    55555 by eric C


  • Casey BHearty, flavorful portions - was hard fully finishing main course after apps

    55555 by Casey B


  • Emily BrimmerThis place was AMAZING! Oysters and Cochon entrée are absolutely musts!

    55555 by Emily Brimmer


  • Nicolaus S.Had to eat here as part of a bachelor party. Not vegetarian friendly. Even their vegetables are cooked with meat or are smothered in a meat gravy. Our servers were also very scatter brained.

    55555 by Nicolaus S.


  • Doug BDidn't live up to the hype, chewy alligator and dry pulled pork. On top of the hour and 15 that our "20 minute" wait for a table took won't be back, but do plan to try the butcher around the corner.

    33333 by Doug B


  • Kevin T.Best table bread and butter. Start with fried alligator for the table. Rabbit and dumplings also solid. Oyster sandwich is massive

    55555 by Kevin T.


  • Brett AWood fired oysters were great. Space was cool. Entrees were just ok. We ordered brisket and gulf fish.

    33333 by Brett A


  • Elizabeth B.Gumbo was very good, nice and strong. I had alligator for the first time and it did taste like chicken! The French 75 cocktail was delicious as well - so refreshing ! Meh oh the main cochon pork

    55555 by Elizabeth B.


  • Markus WTry the wood-fired oysters with chili to start with. Delicious.

    55555 by Markus W


  • Ola DAwesome Oysters!

    55555 by Ola D


  • Connie ChiuThe goddamn snapper was $55 and no one said nothing! Not even that good. Pork cheek and oysters were good. The fries alligator is worth trying but not amazing. Love the interior design.

    33333 by Connie Chiu


  • Louis B.Great place to get New Orleans style food that's more modern and fun than the usual suspects

    55555 by Louis B.


  • David G.Get the brisket

    33333 by David G.


  • Terrencedon't get confused with the butcher shop next door

    33333 by Terrence


  • Mauri Mo SAll. The. Things. The smoked ribs with watermelon pickle, the wood fired oysters, and Boudin balls were wonderful! The crawfish pie was delightful.

    55555 by Mauri Mo S


  • Praveen P.Fried alligators

    55555 by Praveen P.


  • Greg SchulerI had a better experience at Pêche.

    33333 by Greg Schuler


  • chloe Sclassic nola menu, looks great

    55555 by chloe S


  • Fred D.Great drink!!! I like "Blood of our people" if you are into #Bourbon and "Nothing but flowers" if you are looking for something alcoholic but on the sweeter side.

    55555 by Fred D.


  • Andrew GHighly recommend the fried alligator which has a nice crunch and nice kick. The ham hock was also very good.

    55555 by Andrew G


  • Maria Rocio P.Order the fire oysters and ribs. Die happy. You're welcome

    55555 by Maria Rocio P.


  • Nathalie LMac n cheese to die for. Pork cheeks were phenomenal, and the fried alligator was great too. All round awesome food.

    55555 by Nathalie L


  • Mario CLugar bonito aunque nada logró sorprenderme más a regular que a bueno

    55555 by Mario C


  • Oliver H.Mushroom salad, baked oysters, ribs, fried boudin!

    55555 by Oliver H.


  • Robert JToo soupy and fatty.

    11111 by Robert J


  • Robert JExpensive and overrated menu. Brisket was too fatty and soupy. Only thing good was the pudding. Friend got a fried oyster and bacon sandwich which was also mediocre. Save your money and go elsewhere.

    22222 by Robert J


  • Deonne DThe fried alligator is 🔥

    55555 by Deonne D


  • Kara M.Very beautiful interior. Great date spot

    55555 by Kara M.


  • Kara M.Catfish courtbouillon and mac n cheese casserole was divine.

    55555 by Kara M.


  • Kara M.They make Arnold Palmer with fresh lemonade and in house brewed tea. You can get sweet or unsweet tea in it. 5 stars

    55555 by Kara M.


  • Emily KaneThe namesake Cochon is truly a treat. And if you're a visitor like me, get the boudin/alligator to share for the table.

    55555 by Emily Kane


  • Patricia A.The Mac and Cheese cooked in an open oven at 500 degrees was amazing. Also had the Short ribs. So much food we were able to share one order of both.

    55555 by Patricia A.


  • hb8Grilled oysters

    55555 by hb8


  • I Y.The house Cochon dish was recommended to me and boy, was I grateful. I saved space so I could eat the pudding which was amazing!

    55555 by I Y.


  • Hunter ThomasAwesome food, great service. Most food cooked in wood burning stove. Great for groups but no separate checks. Will split bill up to 4 cards.

    55555 by Hunter Thomas


  • Cloud9 AYou must order this drink CLOUD9!

    55555 by Cloud9 A


  • Tee T.Wood fired oysters, mac & cheese, blue crab fried rice.. Too many to name!

    55555 by Tee T.


  • Zach W.Fried Oysters are incredible

    55555 by Zach W.


  • Brad H.Ham hock was amazing!what depth and complexity of flavor. Great Cajun upscale cooking.

    55555 by Brad H.


  • Vincent EThe Butcher is around the corner from the main shop. Homemade flavors with their take on popular sandwiches replaced with delicious pork cuts. Le Pig Mac is referencing Pulp Fiction and is succulent.

    55555 by Vincent E


  • Dalena hAmazing! Did a bunch of small plates, everything was on point. Kitchen was fire!!

    55555 by Dalena h


  • Brett WilliamsRabbit and dumplings!

    55555 by Brett Williams


  • Perlititita CarrilloOysters, pork, livers, fish, alligator, good music and nice service. A must at New Orleans

    55555 by Perlititita Carrillo


  • Amanda S.Great place for sharing it make a reservation. We tried the Boucherie plate, oysters, boudin balls, and the rabbit & dumplings. Everything was excellent, especially wood fired chili garlic oysters!

    55555 by Amanda S.


  • Elia GExcellent service. Great for a large group if they can accommodate a reservation. Order everything.

    55555 by Elia G


  • Tracy QuiFabulous fabulous fabulous food and delightful staff

    55555 by Tracy Qui


  • Wil KeenanRabbit Dumplings -- don't miss em. Grilled oysters. Gulf fish. Soft rolls at the end to clean up the mess.

    55555 by Wil Keenan


  • Chris KEverything I ordered was good, oysters, Brussels sprout salad, Louisiana Cochon, vanilla ice cream. Highly recommend.

    55555 by Chris K


  • Megan AllisonBaked oysters and pork ribs are must-eat. Pro tip: book on opentable before you go.

    55555 by Megan Allison


  • nick h.Pig cheeks, ribs, alligator

    55555 by nick h.


  • Liz T.Pork of course

    55555 by Liz T.


  • Linda D.Note to self...ate at the bar. Ordered wood fired oysters, crawfish pie, fried livers, braised pork cheeks, and the mac & cheese. Everything was delicious. Night of all 3 Donald Link restaurants.

    55555 by Linda D.


  • Kimberly MFood is great service is terrible.

    33333 by Kimberly M


  • max l.Boudin Balls are amazing !

    55555 by max l.


  • Denise S.Las ostras son increíbles! Las ribs estaban un poco duras para mi gusto, pero muy sabrosas. Amplia variedad de cervezas y whisky. Excelente atención.

    55555 by Denise S.


  • Clare LynchThe wood fired oysters are a highlight and come with a delicious chili sauce. Get anything pork

    55555 by Clare Lynch


  • David MThe fried gator bites were a delight.

    55555 by David M


  • Bradley P.I have honestly never been more disappointed. Heard for years to come here. Ordered several different things. It was bland, needed salt and just underwhelming.

    33333 by Bradley P.


  • Greg SchulerI preferred his seafood focused restaurant, Peche.

    55555 by Greg Schuler


  • Renae MasonSmells and tastes amazing (wood fire and slow roast). Great selection of local craft beers too.

    55555 by Renae Mason


  • Leslie MModern resto with good vibes. Service was great!

    55555 by Leslie M


  • stephanie thomasTheir specials!

    55555 by stephanie thomas


  • mark m.Great whiskey selection

    55555 by mark m.


  • Daniel BarnettThought it was a little overrated. I had the Louisiana Cochon which was delicious served on top pickled peaches and cabbage. Fried alligator was very good as well.

    55555 by Daniel Barnett


  • Jacobo GómezShare an oyster & bacon sandwich, the chicken and andouille gumbo and the mac & cheese casserole

    55555 by Jacobo Gómez


  • Lindsay MBoudin and oysters!!!

    55555 by Lindsay M


  • Wayne S.We used this restaurant to supply lunch for a small conference and we also had an event upstairs (about 70-80 people). All of our members raved about the food and the event service.

    55555 by Wayne S.


  • Ja_Moi_IPlace, that can't be missed! It's a must to stop for a foodie!

    55555 by Ja_Moi_I


  • Stephen S.Ham-hock and Pork Cheeks rock but skip the Gator nuggets... they ain't no big thing.

    33333 by Stephen S.


  • Jennie CahootsThey don't have take out, the butcher does

    33333 by Jennie Cahoots


  • Ben K.Fantastic restaurant. Wood fired oysters, smoked pork ribs, gumbo, rabbit and dumplings all amazing. Finish with fried banana split.

    55555 by Ben K.


  • Brandi B.This was a gem! Smokey drinks to match the pork filled awesomeness

    55555 by Brandi B.


  • Debbie Y.Amazing southern food. Good for the soul.

    55555 by Debbie Y.


  • Natalie F.Come for the smells, stay for the amazingly delicious rich food. The firewood oysters were absolute heaven.

    55555 by Natalie F.


  • inspector AМне кажется Cochon Butcher за углом вкуснее, быстрее и веселее.

    55555 by inspector A


  • Amber E.fried alligator is good and the brisket is GREAT

    55555 by Amber E.


  • Sara T.I can't rave enough about this place. Rabbit and dumplings, cochon, butterscotch pudding, corn custard....all brilliant! Come hungry.

    55555 by Sara T.


  • Chun BVery excellent food.

    55555 by Chun B


  • Mary Ann P.For cocktails with a spicy kick, try the Hey, Jack. Also, don't miss the Grilled Oysters. They are To. Die. For.

    55555 by Mary Ann P.


  • etta y.This was numbers 1 through 10 of my 10 Things To Love About NOLA list. Everything is amazing here, but don't miss the oysters.

    55555 by etta y.


  • Matthew S.The Mac and Cheese Casserole is amazing. A must order.

    55555 by Matthew S.


  • Ryan A.Charcuterie plate wasn't worth it but the pork ribs and short rib were both great.

    55555 by Ryan A.


  • EpicuriousYou won't want to miss Cochon Butcher next door. It's a sandwich shop, wine bar, and retail store that takes advantage of Link's extensive butcher and salumi-making operation.

    55555 by Epicurious


  • Jacob R.Hey Jack - it's a bourbon lemonade with a little kick. Perfect for a sunny afternoon lunch

    55555 by Jacob R.


  • Gabriel H.German chocolate cake is phenomenal.

    55555 by Gabriel H.


  • Gabriel H.Loved the Rabbit & Dumplings. A warm and filling entree.

    55555 by Gabriel H.


  • Gabriel H.Try the mogwai - a cocktail with mescal, cold brew coffee, grapefruit juice and sugarcane syrup.

    55555 by Gabriel H.


  • Gabriel H.Great cocktails and very good bartenders

    55555 by Gabriel H.


  • Gabriel H.The Hey, Jack is a delicious cocktail made with tequila and ginger beer

    55555 by Gabriel H.


  • Gabriel H.The fried alligator with the chili garlic mayonnaise is a must try appetizer. Best gator I have had in New Orleans.

    55555 by Gabriel H.


  • Gabriel H.If no reservation, the bar does full service and seats quickly

    33333 by Gabriel H.


  • Pam BrownleeDelicious food, small portions.

    55555 by Pam Brownlee


  • Rory P.Order the grilled oysters and ask for a straw. Once you've eaten them, you'll know what I mean

    33333 by Rory P.


  • Wayne S.If it's just two or three, order the small plates: Boudin, Roasted Oysters, Boucherie, Shrimp & Eggplant Dressing #wtf, Smothered Greens, Pork Cheeks Paneed. Dessert:Butterscotch pudding.

    55555 by Wayne S.


  • crisGreat menu, not as great follow through. Ribs were a little tough. Grilled oysters were a little greasy. Rabbit was ok.

    55555 by cris


  • Jeremy F.Good for groups

    55555 by Jeremy F.


  • Frani L.Sit at the chef counter and watch them cook up amazing goodies. Ham hock was amazing. Fried chicken livers a sleeper surprise. Mac and cheese and broc casserole were caloric heaven.

    55555 by Frani L.


  • Clayton P.Fried alligator to start. Dumplings and rabbit + the greens.

    55555 by Clayton P.


  • Rain M.Get the Pork Cheeks 😄

    55555 by Rain M.


  • Nick JohnsonThe rabbit and dumplings is great comfort food. Possibly the best bread I've ever been given in a restaurant.

    55555 by Nick Johnson


  • Manny FerroLow-key the collard greens are one of the best things on the menu

    55555 by Manny Ferro


  • Jon C.This hot sauce on wood fired oysters and fried alligator is absolutely out of this world

    55555 by Jon C.


  • HenryWood-fired oysters with garlic, one of the must-try dishes.

    55555 by Henry


  • HenrySmoke ham hock is very tasty and tender

    55555 by Henry


  • Emily CharltonThe alligator is great. Catfish not so much. But the Mac and cheese and greens are amazing. Definitely a New Orleans staple.

    55555 by Emily Charlton


  • KrisFried alligator was just ok, get all pork everything

    33333 by Kris


  • Kristy EThe large fried oysters are delicious. Pretty much everything we got was excellent. Southern food for foodies.

    55555 by Kristy E


  • Scott A.The rabbit and dumplings are really good, and if your not from the south and never tried alligator, then this is the place, it's great.

    55555 by Scott A.


  • John D.Wow. Just amazing. Highly recommend beef cheeks and the chicken thigh. Would come back 100X

    55555 by John D.


  • Dirty BirdButcher in the alley is better

    33333 by Dirty Bird


  • R.J.Perfectly executed... Ham Hock, Mac and Cheese, and Prince blaring "I Would Die 4 U," out of the speakers. Grab some Boudin Balls and a Hey Jack to complete the meal.

    55555 by R.J.


  • Lisa P.Fried Alligator & Boudin...AMAZING

    55555 by Lisa P.


  • Heidi Votaw-AmblerOyster bacon sandwich and the soft shell crab sandwich were terrific!

    55555 by Heidi Votaw-Ambler


  • Cord B.Ham hock is sooo good!!!

    55555 by Cord B.


  • Jackalopevegans: holy shiiiiiit, the chef will whip you up something amazing off menu, just ask yo server! #vegan #NOLA #fuckyeah #cochonrestaurant

    55555 by Jackalope


  • Claire S.Ribs and Mac N Cheese. Leave room for dessert.

    55555 by Claire S.


  • Andrea D.The Oysters, Smothered Greens, and bread pudding are excellent.

    55555 by Andrea D.


  • Sean W.Oysters are a must. And that bread pudding tho! Get it.

    55555 by Sean W.


  • Elly GFried 🐊 , 👍.

    55555 by Elly G


  • Mike W.Cochon Restaurant is an upscale, meaty, cajun BBQ paradise. Don't miss the Boudin Balls, Fried Alligator, Rabbit & Dumplings, or Hey Jack cocktail. Read about my visit on WinstonWanders below!

    55555 by Mike W.


  • nicole s.Go gator, pork cheeks and ham.

    55555 by nicole s.


  • Tracey S.Excellent pork cheeks, BBQ pork ribs & smothered greens

    55555 by Tracey S.


  • Lior G.Vegetarian option is 22 dollars for half a potato and some vegetables. Manager is useless.

    22222 by Lior G.


  • Ashish S.Must try dishes - Wood fired oysters and the fried alligator.

    55555 by Ashish S.


  • ALESHA B.Get the ribs and gumbo it's delicious

    55555 by ALESHA B.


  • Courtney B.Food was amazing! Try the fried alligator - it's not as intimidating as you'd think! Great place for local food for non-locals! Staff was really nice!!

    55555 by Courtney B.


  • Jennifer H.Elvis King Cake. Do it!!!

    55555 by Jennifer H.


  • Dustin L.So good we made multiple trips during our visit to NOLA. Try the King's (Elvis) Cake.

    55555 by Dustin L.


  • Kai Z.Muffuletta is the best. Get here early. Seats are hard to come by.

    55555 by Kai Z.


  • Marlene E.Try The Johnny Appleseed and Crossroads cocktails. The brussels sprouts and mac-n-cheese are great starters!

    55555 by Marlene E.


  • Marie-Claude T.The mac&cheese is absolutly fabulous. Don't miss it!

    55555 by Marie-Claude T.


  • lovethesecities.comChef's table all the way. Pork cheek and fried boudin balls a must. Order the Rabbit & dumplings for a trifecta!

    55555 by lovethesecities.com


  • Josh L.Doing an upscale version of the muffaletta and other NOLA classic sandwiches.

    55555 by Josh L.


  • Francisco C.Fried alligator. Louisiana Cochon

    55555 by Francisco C.


  • Vino50: Grape American Road TripTry the Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie - #chocolate #peanutbutter pie @cochondining New Orleans. #orgasm #foodporn #nomnomnom (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Vino50: Grape American Road Trip


  • Vino50: Grape American Road TripTry the Pork Shoulder - Insanity! #Pork shoulder steak with mayo and pickled veggies @cochondining New Orleans. #foodporn #nomnomnom (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Vino50: Grape American Road Trip


  • Vino50: Grape American Road TripTry the Gumbo - #gumbo with #pork and black eye peas @cochondining New Orleans #foodporn #nomnomnom (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Vino50: Grape American Road Trip


  • Vino50: Grape American Road TripTry the Pork Cheeks - #pork cheeks with cauliflower purée and beet relish @cochondining New Orleans #foodporn #nomnomnom (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Vino50: Grape American Road Trip


  • Vino50: Grape American Road TripTry the Mushroom Salad With Deep Fried Beef Jerky - #mushroom salad with deep fried beef jerky at Cochon, New Orleans. #foodporn #nomnomnom (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Vino50: Grape American Road Trip


  • Vino50: Grape American Road TripTry the Cracklins - Fresh cracklins. That's fried pig skin if you don't know. At Cochon, New Orleans. #foodporn #pork #nomnomnom (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Vino50: Grape American Road Trip


  • Vino50: Grape American Road TripTry the Fried Alligator With Chili Garlic Aioli - Fried alligator tenderloin with chili garlic aioli at Cochon, New Orleans (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Vino50: Grape American Road Trip


  • Dave C.Really con't go wrong with anything on the menu

    55555 by Dave C.


  • Dave C.One of the better restaurants in nola, great staff, great food

    55555 by Dave C.


  • Insun C.Brisket Sliders are absolutely fantastic.

    55555 by Insun C.


  • Ella S.The wood fired oysters with chili sauce were amazing. Great service, food & atmosphere.

    55555 by Ella S.


  • KenThe Elvis king cake is filled with peanut butter, banana and house-cured bacon and topped with marshmallow and traditional Mardi Gras decoration. A small pink pig replaces the baby. @Gambit

    55555 by Ken


  • KenThe Elvis king cake is filled with peanut butter, banana and house-cured bacon and topped with marshmallow and traditional Mardi Gras decoration. A small pink pig replaces the baby. @Gambit

    55555 by Ken


  • Jorge PTry the cochon and the pork cracklings with syrup!

    55555 by Jorge P


  • Serious EatsThe pig-heavy dressed-up Cajun fare at Donald Link's Cochon is among the most delicious food New Orleans has to offer.

    55555 by Serious Eats


  • Natalie M.The best roast beef sandwich I have ever eaten! Amazing! Mouth is pleased ;)

    55555 by Natalie M.


  • Josh F.Order the Buckboard Bacon Melt. Trust me, it will blow your mind!

    55555 by Josh F.


  • Miguel B.Get the wood-fired oysters and the hog's head cheese. And come back the next day for the same.

    55555 by Miguel B.


  • Brad L.Fried Boudin FTW!

    55555 by Brad L.


  • Gadi S.Get pickles. Get all the pickles.

    33333 by Gadi S.


  • Jennifer M.Amazing sandwiches, amazing cocktails, amazing brussels sprouts, and bacon pralines. OMG I need a cigarette.

    55555 by Jennifer M.


  • Melissa F.Decent bourbon selection -- if you're a Scotch drinker the 1792 goes down well. Good sazeracs. Had the fried alligator 'small plate' which was delicious, came with a spicy remoulade. 

    55555 by Melissa F.


  • Melissa F.Oh, and if you don't have a reservation, just have dinner at the bar

    33333 by Melissa F.


  • Kira F.Mac n cheese is ok, but the pastrami sandwich is the platonic ideal of sandwiches. Muffaletta is excellent as well

    55555 by Kira F.


  • LaNeshe W.Get the Cubano and put some of their sweet potato habanero hot sauce on it.

    55555 by LaNeshe W.


  • Christin I can't imagine having a bad meal here. Simply awesome.

    55555 by Christin "X1" L.


  • Steve G.Looking for a quick dinner, off the French Quarter and walked into this place. One of the best decisions I've had in NOLA. Truly delicious meal and a great spot to just sit and enjoy.

    55555 by Steve G.


  • Jeb R.The smoked beef brisket was good. As was the Louisiana cochon. This place was second only to Sylvain for my favorite restaurants in New Orleans.

    55555 by Jeb R.


  • Jenna A.It was amazing! The pastrami and Le pig Mac were both great choices!

    55555 by Jenna A.


  • Brad G.Chefs Donald Link and Stephen Stryjewski. Simple food, and an emphasis on local microbrews. Boudin, breaded pork cheek, smoked ham hock w/ chicken heart, mac & cheese, louisiana cochon.

    55555 by Brad G.


  • Brad G.Muffaletta wich. Takeout lunch joint with an extensive sandwich menu. Around the corner from the famed Cochon, Cochon Butcher is a beer/wine bar and meat market combination in the Warehouse District.

    55555 by Brad G.


  • Brad G.Chefs Donald Link and Stephen Stryjewski. The food is focused and simple, and an emphasis on local microbrews offers a cool contrast to the sometimes-spicy cuisine.

    55555 by Brad G.


  • Karli PThis place pretends like they are way busier than they are. Don't believe the hype...

    22222 by Karli P


  • Tommy L.The server we had was pretty awful/snotty. The food was crazy delicious, and the environment was awesome.

    55555 by Tommy L.


  • Lisa P.Amazing food and people

    55555 by Lisa P.


  • Melissa De WittPeanut butter pie!

    55555 by Melissa De Witt


  • Melissa De WittYum yum! Oyster & bacon sandwich? YES PLEASE!

    55555 by Melissa De Witt


  • Maximiliano DAlcachofas rellenas de cangrejo!

    55555 by Maximiliano D


  • Zach K.Fried alligator is awesome - rock it!

    55555 by Zach K.


  • Mucho C.One of the best of New Orleans. Enjoy.

    55555 by Mucho C.


  • Melinda H.Great atmosphere inside or outside al fresco. Call ahead for reservations. Food... Fantastic!

    55555 by Melinda H.


  • SandeepGet the boudin and the catfish courtbouillion! Perfection!

    55555 by Sandeep


  • Eric ADidnt have a problem getting a seat with jeans and a t-shirt on...Was worried because of the previous tip.

    33333 by Eric A


  • caseyI wish I could comment on the food, but the hostess refused to seat us even though the place was nearly empty. I guess I should have worn my khakis?

    22222 by casey


  • Ellie K.Brussels sprouts and turkey sandwich 👌👌

    55555 by Ellie K.


  • Kimberly S.Try the Charcutrie Plate - Liver Cheese ...a surprising stand out (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Kimberly S.


  • Rebecca S.This is for the regular Cochon- Def for the adventurous eater. Faves included oysters w garlic chili, pork rillette, liver cheese, head cheese. Fun to get a bunch of small plates, perfect for sharing.

    55555 by Rebecca S.


  • Paula C.The experience was just awesome- delicious boucher plate-home made, follow by smoked ham. Must finish with the blueberry icecream

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  • Claudine C.Great food!!!

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  • Louie Z.Amazing sandwiches and side salads.

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  • Rochelle B.The oysters absolutely live up to their reputation.

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  • PhilipI loved the fried liver on toast appetizer. A hip, energized place which was a short walk from our hotel.

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  • Tim L.Even though there's seating, you still need to wait in line to make your initial order.

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  • Ryan V.I tried the Cochon and it was the best thing I had in NOLA. Incredibly satisfying.

    55555 by Ryan V.


  • Sarah B.The rabbit dumplings and boudin are excellent.

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  • Zachary C.Anything is good! Cant go wrong!

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  • Lilly W.Run do not walk here and order everything. Meat lovers paradise.

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  • John H.The boudin balls, ribs and bartenders were amazing. The signature cochon dish was OK but nothing spectacular.

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  • Adam M.great cocktails and great food

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  • Paul J.Roast pork and bacon Mac n cheese. Life is good!!!!

    55555 by Paul J.


  • RobGreat boucherie plate. Ask for the special bourbon, whiskey, and rye listing. Pineapple upside down cake for desert. Terrific service. What more could you ask for, great NoLa spot.

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  • BertaLos mejores sandwiches que me he comido. Exquisitos. El Gambino y el Turkey sensacionales !!!

    55555 by Berta


  • iEatsBy J.Try the Wood-fired Oyster Roast & Fried Boudin With Pickled Peppers - Snacks! (via @Foodspotting)

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  • iEatsBy J.Try the The Swinekiller, Honeysuckle Rose, & Orange Whiskey Cocktail - (via @Foodspotting)

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  • ThisGirlCanEatNoLa must for authentic Southern eats & soul food classics. Belly up to the bar for well-mixed cocktails, try the ribs w/ pickled watermelon & don't miss the Louisiana Cochon. You can thank me later.

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  • Frank C.Try everything..... U can't go wrong

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  •  ℋugh ℳorris H.Try the Rabbit & Dumplings (via @Foodspotting)

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  •  ℋugh ℳorris H.Try the Fried Aligator (via @Foodspotting)

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  •  ℋugh ℳorris H.Try the Fried Livers With Pepper Jelly & Toast (via @Foodspotting)

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  • Ryan H.Name a drink, they'll make it

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  • Tina L.Get the sweet and spicy brisket sliders, Brussel Sprouts, homemade chips and the must have libation, the Honey Boo Boo. Just delicious! Great ambiance and worth coming out to. Loved it

    55555 by Tina L.


  • Katherine W.Oysters and arugula salad were incredible!

    55555 by Katherine W.


  • Mike D.Buckboard Bacon Melt. That is all.

    55555 by Mike D.


  • Scott M.Try the Macaroni & Cheese - #delicious (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Scott M.


  • Tiran D.I had the ryals pit smoked ham sandwich with thin onion rings and a light mayo based sauce. My wife had the pull pork sliders and said she could eat teM all day long! Love their sweet potato hot sauce

    55555 by Tiran D.


  • AliceFried alligator, roasted oysters, pork cheeks, ribs, cochon, rabbit dumplings and bayou St cocktail.

    55555 by Alice


  • Paul d.Look no further for the best restaurant in New Orleans and, therefore, one of the best restaurants in the world.

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  • Mike C.Try the Triple Chocolate Chubby Cookie - One of the best chocolate cookies I've had. So fudgy. (via @Foodspotting)

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  • Mike C.Try the Bacon Praline Cookie - Best praline I've had (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Cochon Muffaletta Quarter - Sweet cross-section (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Duck Pastrami Sliders (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Cubano Sandwhich - Really really good (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Cochon Muffaletta - Third time's a charm. This is insanely good, but very different from the traditional muffulettas, as it is served warm. But I loved it. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie - With candied spicy peanuts. One of the best peanut butter things I've eaten. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Strawberry Pocket Pie - With sour cream ice cream (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Fried Boudin With Pickled Peppers (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Rabbit & Dumplings (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Fried Alligator With Chili Garlic Aioli (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Smoked Pork Ribs (via @Foodspotting)

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  • Mike C.Try the Bread & Butter - Amazing. Hot and shiny. No butter needed. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Tal S.Wow. Everything I had hear was delicious. I went with small plates: gumbo, ribs, charred brocoli, and apple pie.

    55555 by Tal S.


  • Eric A.The oysters were to die for. Cannot wait to dive into the pork belly

    55555 by Eric A.


  • Nitin S.Kale and beet salad is great

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  • Jon H.Everything here is good, but it's the wood-fired oyster roast that I never miss when I'm in NOLA. Perfect blend of heat and brine.

    55555 by Jon H.


  • Jessica Y.The lima beans were actually the best thing I have ever eaten! Great atmosphere, great food, this place is a must. I'll be back every trip to NOLA.

    55555 by Jessica Y.


  • David H.The BLT is one of the best I've ever had.

    55555 by David H.


  • John D.If the smoked rabbit and cornbread dumplings is the special, get it. It's the best thing I've ever had in New Orleans.

    55555 by John D.


  • Alex M.If you like pork this place is for you! Amazing Cajun food and strong cocktails. GO HERE.

    55555 by Alex M.


  • OdoGreat sandwich shop, definitely the best muffuletta in NOLA, all under the command of award winning chef Donald Link. Full review...

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  • Maral B.The BLT is always amazing

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  • Erin S.Can't miss menu items: the fried rabbit livers with pepper jelly and mint and the okra. If you need a break from booze, great fresh lemonade and Abita root beer on tap.

    55555 by Erin S.


  • Leo N.This a must if visit #NOLA

    55555 by Leo N.


  • Gambit New OrleansTry Cochons Asian inspired alligator, the fried chunks of gator are topped with a touch of chili-garlic aioli. http://www.bestofneworleans.com/gambit/five-alligator-dishes/Content?oid=2053036

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Gambit New OrleansGambit's Best of New Orleans Readers' Poll 2012 Winner: Best Cajun Restaurant

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  • Whitney S.Everything here is great. Be sure to get a cocktail.

    55555 by Whitney S.


  • Anthony H.Come early or late. If you make it at lunch time expect a long line. Typically out the door. Always open, even during the hurricane!

    55555 by Anthony H.


  • Michelle C.Food and Wine "Best Sandwich Shops" - Cochon muffuletta, with house meats and olive salad

    55555 by Michelle C.


  •  ℋugh ℳorris H.For a butcher shop they sure are out of everything, you may want to call first to see.

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  • BlakeDon't pass up the Brussels. They are out of this world!!

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  • Warren B.Try the charcuterie - Omg. This is evidence that pig is meant for immortality (via @Foodspotting)

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  • Warren B.Try the BLT - Raises the bar to exceptional (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Warren B.


  • Brian S.Everything on the menu that I tried was awesome! You can't go wrong with anything you choose!

    55555 by Brian S.


  • Brooks D.The Roast Beef here is amazing

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  • DwigeeAmazing food. Try the oyster and meat pie. Delish!

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  • Adam J.It was like 2 bucks for an 8 ounce soda... You're much better off just getting water or a beer. Food was great, though!

    33333 by Adam J.


  • Gambit New OrleansA flourish of cracklings garnishes the cochon de lait - Gambit's Five in 5

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  • Ivan R.Get the crackin's!

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  • Doug L.Try the Boudan and the cracklin rocked

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  • Raigen P.try the old pogue bourbon with one cube

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  • Shanell P.Everything is good!! Duck pastrami sliders, lamp shank sandwich, turkey sandwich, and like I said everything else on the menu!!

    55555 by Shanell P.


  • EaterCalling itself a "butcher shop and swine bar," they serve the best muffuletta in town and some damn good boudin. Everything else is good, too. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Charles R.Try the moonshine flight!

    55555 by Charles R.


  • Samantha H.Get the pork belly sandwich, pork sliders and the mac n cheese. Really awesome food and friendly staff. We even came back for breakfast lol

    55555 by Samantha H.


  • MogreetDefinitely a must while at CTIA, awesome food! While you're at it, learn how to increase your customer engagement with MMS marketing! Text CTIAMMS to 21534. Msg&data rates may apply

    55555 by Mogreet


  • Kavitha S.Kale n celery salad!

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  • ScioniQCityRaise your City iQ: The two primary chefs at Cochon are Chef Link and Chef Stryjewski.

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  • Chia-Wen L.-Special Order- Pork Belly Sandwich with fried egg in it FTW!!

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  • David G.Love the roast beef, disappointed by the hot dog

    55555 by David G.


  • Ryan D.Delicious sandwiches...and the mac & cheese and brussels sprouts were amazing too.

    55555 by Ryan D.


  • Lan G.Love the pork tongue sandwich and fried alligator!

    55555 by Lan G.


  • James J.Amazing food. Cracklin was tremendous. Oysters were some of the best I've ever had.

    55555 by James J.


  • Dave S.This place is magic. There is no wrong option on the menu. Seriously order anything. Best old fashioned I had in New Orleans. They make their own cherries too.

    55555 by Dave S.


  • Ray B.Louisiana Cochon is excellent. It's no Husk in Charleston, but it's still a great meal...

    55555 by Ray B.


  • Amy G.Everything here is amazing. Get the daily specialty po' boy and snag a ton of sausage to go. Beef jerky is life-changing. Also, bacon pralines!

    55555 by Amy G.


  • Gambit New OrleansPickled peppers add a spicy heat to Cochon's classic rendition of boudin balls. - Gambit's Five in 5

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  • Chris F.everything is GREAT. But, don't leave without having the mac n' cheese

    55555 by Chris F.


  • Andrew M.congratulations to Donald Link for his nomination for James Beard Outstanding Chef

    55555 by Andrew M.


  • Tom J.Imbibe Magazine recognized Cochon Butcher for having the Best Bar Food in the South in their March/April 2011 Southern Issue

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  • Tom J.Imbibe Magazine recognized Cochon Butcher for having the Best Far Food in the South in their March/April 2011 Southern Issue

    55555 by Tom J.


  • Matt R.Oyster roast is one of the best things you can eat....pretty much ever. Also get the thing with the cochon and the turnips and stuff.

    55555 by Matt R.


  • DirkBoudin and the muffletta are beyond comparison

    55555 by Dirk


  • Shannon H.FAB spot! Sit @ Chef's table and see ALL of the delicious food hot from oven...I'm gaining weight just lookin at it all.

    55555 by Shannon H.


  • Angela G.Try the Pork Cheeks - Omg. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Angela G.


  • Justin Timothy T.It's a toss-up between 'the Gambino' and the pork belly sandwich.

    55555 by Justin Timothy T.


  • Greg P.Great food with the friendliest service around. Go for the alligator, the boudin, and the restaurant's namesake, the cochon.

    55555 by Greg P.


  • Barbara A G.Their oyster roast is trancendently delcious

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  • Matt N.Place is a gem. Everything is amazing here. Pork gumbo owns every other gumbo in town.

    55555 by Matt N.


  • Glenn E.Elegant, classic & must on any NOLA itinerary. If you're in a large group, order a lot of small plates to sample all this James Beard award winning joint has to offer. Wash it down with a Tina Louise

    55555 by Glenn E.


  • R W.a friend I trust told me I must go here for lunch

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  • R W.a friend I trust told me "best sandwiches anywhere"

    55555 by R W.


  • Chuck B.The eggplant shrimp dressing is the best I ever had. A little pricey and crowded but they have a lot of origional foods.

    55555 by Chuck B.


  • CarlyEverything is delicious!

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  • Aaron B.Some of those entrees need a side to be a full meal. Ham hock for example comes with NOTHING ELSE.

    33333 by Aaron B.


  • Bijan S.My daughter loved the fried alligator. She thought it tasted like chicken nuggets.

    33333 by Bijan S.


  • Myles C.The food is mouth heaven the soundtrack is ear bleeding.

    55555 by Myles C.


  • Adam W.Get the eggplant and shrimp dressing. It's really amazing...even if you're on the fence about eggplant, it's delicious.

    55555 by Adam W.


  • Jennifer G.Great farm to table restaurant. Must try the alligator bites and the pork ribs.

    55555 by Jennifer G.


  • Adam W.Eggplant and shrimp dressing was amazing. Chef also started us with an amuse bouche

    55555 by Adam W.


  • Nicholas D.Order the Roasted Broccoli. Slivered Onions, Garlic, Pine Nuts and Broccoli make a simple side so powerful you might lose yourself.

    55555 by Nicholas D.


  • Amy R.Roasted broccoli salad is amazing.

    55555 by Amy R.


  • SarahAlligator win!

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  • KirstenThe pork belly is transcendental.

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  • Bianca N.Get the fried alligator...it's delicious!

    55555 by Bianca N.


  • Lorgio J.Try the Rabbit and Dumplings - Rabbit stewish...and I love stew (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Lorgio J.


  • Kurt F.Try the Oyster and Bacon Sandwich - Yes, I said oyster and bacon sandwich. (via @Foodspotting)

    33333 by Kurt F.


  • Kurt F.Try the Pork Cheeks - #natlsum11 (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Kurt F.


  • Alex's LemonadeAre you a FOODIE? Then join us and Chef Stephen Stryjewski of Cochon Butcher at our L.A. Loves Alex's Lemonade Event on 11/6! TIX: http://bit.ly/bpA6hU

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  • maddieDuck-strami slider

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