Roland Liccioni (Les Nomades) heads up this all-day French bakery, restaurant and bar. The menu skews toward classics, like escargot and mussels and it's a lively post-work spot for drinks, like a daily shaved ice cocktail, while the excellent burger, a towering stack with two patties, thick bacon, confit onions, American cheese and Dijonnaise, is big enough for two.
|Venue name:||Cochon Volant||Contact:|
100 W Monroe St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri: Breakfast 6:30-10:30am; Lunch 11am-2pm; Dinner 4-11pm. Bar: 3-10pm. Sat-Sun: Brunch 7:30am-3pm, Dinner: 4-11pm.|
|Transport:||El stop: Red, Blue to Monroe. Brown, Pink, Purple, Orange and Green to Washington/Wells. Bus: 22, 24, 36, 62, 151.|
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Average User Rating
3.7 / 5
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- 1 star:1
Food: Never had the opportunity to taste it. After waiting for one hour after we ordered it....
Service: Awful! we had to leave after waiting for one hour. No food, only excuses...
Atmosphere: busy, professional, clean, good lighting
Cochon Volant is a fantastic place to meet clients or have an office lunch. The food is excellent including the croque Monsieur and the awesome fries. I've also had some of their patisserie snacks and coffee. The sweets are delicious. At the lunch rush, sometimes it can get super loud so if you want a quieter experience go early or later in the rush. Excellent food, good service and fantastic ambiance. You think you maybe in Paris. Wonderful place.