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Complimentary Kir Royale at Côte Brasserie

Their seasonal set menu offers great value for money

Published on August 7th 2014.


Complimentary Kir Royale at Côte Brasserie
 

PROMOTION

FRENCH restaurant Côte Brasserie doesn't just do authentic French food, it does outstanding value for money.

Their set menu echoes the glorious Gallic tradition of offering lunchtime and early evening diners a first-class, sit-down meal for the kind of price you can afford weekly rather than monthly.

For speedy lunch hour or pre-theatre dining, we think it's superb

In this case, the menu is just £9.95 for two courses, or £11.90 for three courses. It's available every day from midday to 7pm. For speedy lunch hour or pre-theatre dining, we think it's superb.

Côte has built its reputation on seasonality and high quality ingredients, and their set menu encapsulates this approach. Changing every fortnight, it's where you see the real highlights of the season – the produce that's at its absolute best that week.

Kir Royales Landscape 15Cm

It means you'll always find something new to try, so eating there never becomes samey, no matter how often you're tempted to drop in. (And when you check out the sample menu below, you will be tempted.)

Breton tomato salad with olives, croutons, basil and shallots...Pan roasted salmon with ratatouille and a lemon juice and olive oil dressing...Iced berries with white chocolate sauce. The entire meal for under £12. And you have several options for each course to choose from.

What's more, if you go before 30 September, they'll give you a complimentary Kir Royale when you order a main course, including from the set menu. It's an exclusive for Confidential readers – just quote 'Manchester Confidential' when you order.

Côte Brasserie Manchester is on St Mary's Street, next door to House of Fraser. Visit our Côte Brasserie pages to learn more.

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