According to Seattle Times, “Chef/proprietor Derek Ronspies is a thoughtful cook with a playful side. Though he loves to explore the head-to-toe possibilities of food, the frequently changing menu at this intimate and engaging restaurant goes beyond duck feet, pig face and blood sausage to include fine soups, salads and seafood, plus a “Phat Ass” pork chop that demands respect.”
We say, yes, whatever they said.
Le Petit Cochon, located at 701 North 36th Street, is Ronspies’ post-Art of the Table gig and we cannot be more happy that the Freemont staple has chosen to put the 2012 Locus Stonetree Vineyard Syrah on their wine (short)list.
The menu changes frequently at the venue so there is absolutely no excuse to not go often. Visit the Le Petit Cochon website to read more about the ‘farm to tail to toe’ (as in using the whole pig) principle and for more information about the restaurant.