Rooster and the Pig Restaurant Review
It is always excellent to stumble upon a new restaurant, especially when the menu offers items that are thoughtfully crafted with good flavor and creativity. I learned of Rooster and the Pig through reading an article in a food magazine. The article was published right before my trip to the area. Perfect timing.
The name, Rooster and the Pig, refers to the animal characteristics of the rooster’s confidence and pig’s content nature. A good pairing of ideas and influences for Vietnamese cuisine. Rooster and the Pig offers “French technique, Asian heritage, and bi-coastal gallivanting. Dishes are portioned to encourage ordering a variety of items for the table to share. Selections may change daily based on availability and the desire to showcase carefully sourced products at their peak.”
1. Call ahead for hours. Peak times occur during weekdays and nights, especially weekend nights. You may wish to visit for lunch as soon as they open on a weekend. Make sure to make reservations.
2. The restaurant is located at 356 South Indian Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, California 92262. Public parking is located within the parking lot and on the street. Make smart use of the nearby parking garage a few minutes walk of the restaurant located between South Palm Canyon Drive, Baristo Road, and South Indian Canyon Drive.
3. The menu consists of savory and well seasoned dishes. The small plates make it possible to taste various items and share with others. Four plates could be shared between two people.
4. I have enjoyed the following dishes.
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