Cochon Volant


French Brasserie in the Loop, by James Beard Award Winner Roland Liccioni & executive chef Matt Ayala (Zagat 30 Under 30, 2013). Features classic French/American cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the loop.

At a Glance

If you think you'll only be able to enjoy an affordable gourmet meal when pigs fly, then you should check out Cochon Volant- French for "flying pig". Attached to the Hyatt Centric hotel, the restaurant sets the scene for a French/American dining experience with a chic contemporary chandelier, a marble bar framed by a large mirror, and a picturesque tiled floor. During the warmer months, there is an outdoor patio seating area where you can dine and enjoy the sunshine. Cochon Volant has you covered for the any time of day. A bakery, brasserie, and bar all in one, this restaurant is open for breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch, and dinner. Whether you want a Salmon Benedict or Steak Frites au Poivre, you are sure to find what you are craving. For those who love American food just as much as they love French, it also offers dishes like Fried Chicken Wings and Le Cheeseburger Royale. Don't forget to try one of the desserts to finish your meal right. Morning commuters, you can even grab a coffee and freshly baked pastry on the way, since it is conveniently located in the loop. Headed by Chef Roland Liccioni of Les Nomades and Chef Matt Ayala of Gilt Bar, Cochon Volant opened earlier this year and has already been recognized by Yahoo! Travel and Interior Design magazine. We are excited that Cochon Volant will be offering a special prix fixe menu for à la carte Chicago!



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