Côte Brasserie, located on St Mary’s Street, just of Deansgate, prides itself to offer high quality French food and drink at outstanding value for money. A much welcomed offering to the cosmopolitan area of the city centre.
“…authentic Parisian dishes with a modern twist… at decent prices.”
Taking over the unit that was once Prohibition Bar, Côte will serve classic brasserie dining from breakfast through to lunch and dinner, daily. High quality dishes with The Moon Under Water prices. Let’s hope it doesn’t attract 90% of their customers.
Côte has quickly built a fan base in London with regular guests as well as favourable reviews from the press.
Inspired by new trends in Paris, award-winning Côte will serve authentic Parisian dishes with a modern twist, using quality produce at decent prices.
On the menu, you can can always find brasserie favourites such as steak frites, tuna Niçoise and chargrilled corn-fed Breton chicken and, for dessert, Cote’s crème caramel and crème brûlée are much-loved house specialities.
The extensive wine list displays an in-depth knowledge and features wines from a variety of producers across France; yet is reasonably priced.
As well as an ever-changing specials menu, there is also a weekday lunch and early evening menu providing good value at £9.95 for two courses and £11.90 for three courses with dishes such as pork riolettes with sourdough bread and cornichons followed by chargrilled chicken breast with puy lentils and sauce vierge; perfect for quick lunch or a pre-theatre bite.
The restaurant team are passionately led by veterans Harald (not a typo) Samuelsson and Alex Scrimgeour who believe that Côte’s success “reflects our focus on what’s right for the guest – great food, a great time and at a great price.”
Côte Brasserie is expected to open on Wednesday 8th April 2014.
4-12 St Mary’s Street, Manchester M3 2LB
To make a reservation call 0161 834 0945