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Housed inside a rustic-chic warehouse on the corner of Tchoupitoulas and Andrew Higgins, Cochon serves up traditional yet upscale Cajun dishes using fresh, locally sourced pork, produce, and seafood, but most important: the tried-and-true techniques that Chef Donald Link has resurrected from his childhood. "Cochon" is actually French for "oinker," meaning you should pig out on all things pork here, such as an oyster bacon sandwich and fried boudin with pickled peppers. However, some plates do stray from the pork-centricity, like rabbit livers with pepper jelly.

Cochon Restaurant New Orleans

Cochon Restaurant

Cochon Restaurant

Housed inside a rustic-chic warehouse on the corner of Tchoupitoulas and Andrew Higgins, Cochon serves up traditional yet upscale Cajun dishes using fresh, locally sourced pork, produce, and seafood, but most important: the tried-and-true techniques that Chef Donald Link has resurrected from his childhood. "Cochon" is actually French for "oinker," meaning you should pig out on all things pork here, such as an oyster bacon sandwich and fried boudin with pickled peppers. However, some plates do stray from the pork-centricity, like rabbit livers with pepper jelly.