Does au Pied de Cochon have much on its menu to satisfy veggie types, fish --not foie gras-- eating diners? I have been there twice and enjoyed everything, though I wish the frites had been a bit crispier. However some of my would-be dining companions won't eat fat, liver, pork and shell-fish.
They like light soups, salads, lots of vegetables, and fish with scales. Perhaps if they have been good for most of the meal, they will take a bite of pudding chomeur at the end.
In July will there be enough on the menu, perhaps fish from the Gaspe, to satisfy them? Or is this a lost cause?