Cochon Picks Perfect Day to Roll Out Winter Menu

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Cochon has certainly picked a great day to roll out its winter menu. The Queen Village BYOB’s menu has warming options like housemade sausage with pork jus, balsamic glazed pork belly and duck breast with a Madras curry sauce.

First Course

Braised Escargots – concassé, shiitakes, pancetta, herb butter sauce $13

Smoked Salmon Cakes – frisée and asparagus salad, lemon-thyme vinaigrette $13

Wagyu Beef Tongue Pastrami – red cabbage, cornichon and pumpernickel salad, French dressing $14

House-made Sausage – caraway dumpling, choucroute, pork jus $12

Crispy Chicken Livers – caramelized onion sauce, gruyère $11

Second Course

Berkshire Pork Tenderloin “Cordon Bleu” – Bayonne ham mashed potatoes, charred Brussels sprouts, Mornay sauce $27

Balsamic Glazed Pork Belly – herb spaetzle, braised Napa cabbage, whole-grain mustard cream $26

Roasted Leg of Lamb – merquez sausage and white bean cassoulet, sautéed Swiss chard, Harissa demi- glace $28

Moulard Duck Breast – duck leg confit, cauliflower, potato chick pea and haricots verts stew, Madras curry sauce $29

Pan-roasted Monk Fish – squid ink lobster ravioli, peas, herb beurre blanc $29

Cochon [Foobooz]


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  • tony zamboni

    the monkfish looks great!

  • Bert

    whats up with the asparagus in january?