Les Trois Cochons | Chris Tonnesen

Les Trois Cochons

Orders at this French inspired bistro are taken for a minimum of two people to share and always for three courses - served to your table in the cooking pot. The food is honest, rustic and uncomplicated. The wine flows, this is also true for the sauce – there must always be enough! The spot where Les Trois Cochons resides was formally a butcher's shop which still shines through, and with an entire wall adorned with small paned windows from Royal Copenhagen's old factory, the restaurant proudly displays its respect of the city’s history.


Opening hours:

Monday - Sunday: 08.30-11.15 (morning/breakfast) and 12-14.30 (lunch)
Sunday - Thursday: 17.30-00 (Last order 21.30)
Friday - Saturday: 17.30-00 (Last order 22)


Accessibility at Les Trois Cochons:

Les Trois Cochons is wheelchair accessible, however, it is important to mention, that the restrooms are in the basement with no lift. Unfortunately, Les Trois Cochons does not have a wheelchair accessible restroom.

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