Pork makes its way into almost everything at Philadelphia's Cochon, even dessert. The bacon ice cream impresses even skeptical customer with its careful balance of salty and sweet. Although the dessert menu changes often at Cochon, you'll often see the bacon ice cream on it—so scoop it up when you can.
Of course, even if the bacon ice cream isn't available, you won't be left without pork-centric options. The succinct list of main entrees heavily emphasizes pork. Dig into the popular crispy Berkshire pork chop, a fried cut of tender meat that comes with charred Brussels sprouts, gorgonzola sauce, speck mashed potatoes, and a fried egg on the side. You can also opt for the prosciutto-wrapped pork tenderloin, accompanied by the exotic foie gras brioche pudding and drizzled with cognac sauce. If you're not interested in the pork, opt for a steak or lobster and squid ink ravioli instead. The upscale dishes all await at Cochon, an eatery not far from Rittenhouse Claridge.