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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: Most Romantic Restaurants

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4.9 of 5.0 from 153 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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  • 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.


  • 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


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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.


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

    55555 by Jenna A.


  • 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.


  • 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

    55555 by Paula C.


  • Claudine C.Great food!!!

    55555 by Claudine C.


  • Louie Z.Amazing sandwiches and side salads.

    55555 by Louie Z.


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

    55555 by Rochelle B.


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

    55555 by Philip


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

    33333 by Tim L.


  • 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.

    55555 by Sarah B.


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

    55555 by Zachary C.


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

    55555 by Lilly W.


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

    55555 by John H.


  • Adam M.great cocktails and great food

    55555 by Adam M.


  • 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.

    55555 by Rob


  • 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)

    55555 by iEatsBy J.


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

    55555 by iEatsBy J.


  • 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.

    55555 by ThisGirlCanEat


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

    55555 by Frank C.


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

    55555 by  ℋugh ℳorris H.


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

    55555 by  ℋugh ℳorris H.


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

    55555 by  ℋugh ℳorris H.


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

    55555 by Ryan H.


  • 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.

    55555 by Paul d.


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

    55555 by Mike C.


  • 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)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • 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

    55555 by Nitin S.


  • 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...

    55555 by Odo


  • Maral B.The BLT is always amazing

    55555 by Maral B.


  • 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

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • 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.

    55555 by  ℋugh ℳorris H.


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

    55555 by Blake


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

    55555 by Warren B.


  • 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

    55555 by Brooks D.


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

    55555 by Dwigee


  • 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

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Ivan R.Get the crackin's!

    22222 by Ivan R.


  • Doug L.Try the Boudan and the cracklin rocked

    55555 by Doug L.


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

    55555 by Raigen P.


  • 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!

    55555 by Kavitha S.


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

    33333 by ScioniQCity


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

    55555 by Chia-Wen L.


  • 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

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • 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

    55555 by Tom J.


  • 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

    55555 by Barbara A G.


  • 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

    33333 by R W.


  • 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!

    55555 by Carly


  • 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!

    55555 by Sarah


  • KirstenThe pork belly is transcendental.

    55555 by Kirsten


  • 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

    55555 by Alex's Lemonade


  • maddieDuck-strami slider

    33333 by maddie


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