Cochon Butcher

Row 1

930 Tchoupitoulas St (at Andrew Higgins St)
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 588-7675
Sandwiches, BBQ, Southern / Soul
$ $
Mon–Thu: 10:00 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 10:00 AM–11:00 PM Sun: 10:00 AM–4:00 PM

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  • get a pork belly sandwich. (it's bacon, ppl)
  • Cochon Butcher isn't just a fantastic butcher shop and deli hiding behind the famed Cochon - it's home to crazy good small plates, a decent bar, and the best sandwiches in town. [Eater 38 Member]
  • The fried boudin with pickled peppers is delicious! A must try!!!
  • Calling 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]
  • Cochon Butcher is a wonderland for meat-lovers, the Willy Wonka Factory of delicious deli-meats,and for in our opinion, the Cold Roast Beef sandwich is the golden-ticket.
  • The he'll with maple bacon; the bacon praline is the candy of meat.
  • Simple, delicious, great atmosphere, great owners.-Rick Moonen, Top Chef
  • A James Beard Award winning restaurant run by two James Beard Award winning chefs, theres no surprise Cochon is among the best restaurants in town. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Everything I've had here is good. I love to stop by and get a muffalata now and then.
  • If you want hip Cajun food without pretenses, the is the place for you. Try the rabbit and dumplings served in a cast-iron skillet: the perfect tribute to traditional New Orleans cuisine.
  • BBQ pork sandwich all the way!
  • This eatery was one of the first to open in New Orleans after Katrina, and it's a joyous celebration of Louisiana's Cajun roots. Try the homemade andouille sausage in a traditional gumbo.
  • Try the fried alligator with chili garlic aioli or the fried rabbit livers with pepper jelly toast
  • for your requisite one really nice meal in NOLA, book in advance and come to Cochon. it's off the charts (they need new charts!). get real weird and eat fried's fantastic.
  • You will smell like bacon when you leave. Not a bad thing.
  • favorite restaurant in new orleans. roasted oysters, rabbit & dumplings, fried alligator. great bar scene...all the meat courses are tasty but the vegetables & sides are highly underrated. so good
  • Boudin balls are awesome and don't mean that in a slutty way
  • Beef jerky stars in the mint and mushroom salad. -Gambit's Five in 5
  • The smoky bacon on the Buckboard Bacon Melt with Swiss, Collards, and Pepper Aioli, cut lean with a tender texture, is a perfect representation of what this outstanding shop is capable of.
  • Macarroni /muffaletta sandwich/pecan pie