Le Petit Cochon invites diners to ‘pig out’ to save its bacon

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A restaurant is inviting diners to ‘pig out’ this weekend – and take advantage of a new dining out menu.

Le Petit Cochon is trying to make ends meet amid the current lockdown on hospitality.

No one knows for sure yet whether diners and pubs in the Central Belt will be back open soon.

From the menu.

Charlotte Fraser says her team at the Radnor Street bistro & wine bar have been pulling out all the stops.

“Our new Pig Out menu is designed to be enjoyed at home.

“In light of the government regulations meaning we have to close our doors to diners we have decided to offer this service for the weekends we are closed.”

But, be warned, you will have to move quickly.

Diners wanting to eat from the takeout menu this Friday and Saturday will have to order by 5pm Wednesday October 21.

Sunday roast is available this Sunday 25 – but last orders is Friday 5pm. 

‘In light of the government regulations meaning we have to close our doors to diners we have decided to offer this service for the weekends we are closed’

Charlotte Fraser

Charlotte says it has been a tough year for the industry.

‘We had to close due to Covid in March just two weeks after celebrating our first birthday.

“It was a sad moment after all of the hard work we had put in over the past 12 months.

“We have worked hard to curate a menu and drinks list to compliment each other to ensure that our customers have an enjoyable experience.

“We pride ourselves on being a bistro and bar with a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere.”

The team at Le Petit Cochon.

Le Petit Cochon is an independently owned neighbourhood wine bar and bistro.

Its wine list features a wide range of European wines by the glass, carafe and bottle. 

It claims to sell more wines by the glass than anywhere else in Glasgow.

Weekend and Sunday roast menus.
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