Côte Brasserie opening new Bristol venue at Quakers FriarsPosted on: 06 Jan 2017
Côte Brasserie in Bristol's Quakers Friars, next to Cabot Circus, opens its doors on Monday 9th January 2017. The restaurant specialises in classic French dishes and is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
A welcome addition to the already great restaurant scene in Bristol, Côte Brasserie will be opening a second venue in the heart of Bristol after the success of the hugely popular Clifton Village destination.
Côte’s commitment to producing authentic French classics, freshly cooked to order, requires sourcing ingredients of the highest quality. Corn-fed chickens from the heart of rural Brittany, pork rillettes and Charentais melons direct from the legendary Rungis market in Paris sit alongside classic ingredients such as English asparagus from Herefordshire, Breton tomatoes and mussels - featured on the menu only when the season allows.
A Côte’s weekday lunch and early evening menu provides outstanding value at £10.95 for two courses and £12.95 for three courses, with dishes such as Savoie Ham with Celeriac Remoulade, air-dried mountain ham with shredded celery root and mustard and caper ‘coleslaw’ as a starter, followed by Chicken and Walnut Salad with endive, Roquefort cheese, French beans, croutons and a mustard dressing. The set menu is perfect for a quick lunch or pre-theatre dining if you are heading to The Bristol Hippodrome or Bristol Old Vic.
The specials menu changes monthly so that there is always something new to try including gems such as warm tiger prawn salad, côte de boeuf or scallops.
The extensive wine list offers some really fantastic and interesting wines from small and specalised French wine producers and co-operatives.
Monday to Friday : 8am - 11pm
Saturday : 9am - 11pm
Sunday : 9am - 10:30pm
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