Le Petite Cochon - Eating in Seattle - LikeALocal Guide

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Le Petite Cochon

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Why locals love it

A great place with a fun, stylish and cozy atmosphere where you can see the chef working feet away. The staff seriously know what they are talking about and always have the perfect suggestions for what beverages to pair with your farm-to-table dishes. An excellent choice for a romantic date night, or a fun dinner out with friends.

Why you should visit it

It is exciting to step out of the comfort zone and try new things, especially when you are in an environment that you trust would never steer you wrong. Everything from the duck cracklings, the blood sausage to the bone marrow and brisket burger are terrific!

Special tip

They have a tasting menu that is amazing, also ask what drinks pair well with what you order, it is always a fantastic match.

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From Derek Ronspies (who previously cooked with his brother, Dustin Ronspies, at Dustin’s acclaimed Art of the Table), Le Petit Cochon (French for “the little pig”) is in the space upstairs from Chiso in Fremont, where Showa (and before that, Chiso Kappo Tamura) used to be. His initial description: a little Nose to Tail and a little Farm to Table, with Duck Phat, Foie Gras, Pig Tails, Beef Tendon, Bones, Feet, Meat, Fish, Crispy Skin, Deliciousness.
July 11, 2018
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