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“The set lunch here is a bargain”
– Good Food GuideInspired by the brasseries of Paris, Côte Brasserie provides a chic yet relaxed all-day dining experience, with branches located all over the UK including here in Trafford. Whether it’s for a leisurely breakfast or a three-course evening meal, Côte Brasserie offers a menu of classic French cuisine with a contemporary twist, featuring everything from steak frites to duck confit and sweet treats like crêpes. You’ll find Côte Brasserie’s Hale restaurant located on Ashley Road, just a few minutes walk from Hale train station. To guarantee a table, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
we loved it here. nice staff, good menu and a nice ambiance
OK so it was a quiet night before NYE, so the place was only 1/2 full. But none the less the service was excellent and creatively helpful. Friendly banter without being too much. We chose a tapas like meal from a selection of starters - all brilliant. One of the nicest meals we have had out in a long time. We were tempted to puds - also excellent, even if a dish too far. When the bill came, it was a glass of wine short - so when represented I believe that the wine was charged at 1/2 price. Without doubt, one of the best places in Hale. Well done guys - keep it up and HNY!
Reliably good. We had the lunch set menu which was tasty and hot, with good service, and excellent value! What more can you want on a cold winters day?
Côte Brasserie is committed to providing diners with the most authentic French experience possible, and that’s why they put so much care into sourcing the best ingredients in order to create the world famous cuisine for a domestic UK audience. The pork rillettes and Charentais melons come directly from the famous Rungis market in Paris, while the corn-fed chicken is sourced from rural Brittany. Start your day off at Côte Brasserie in Hale à la française with the crêpe complete (a warm crepe with two-free range eggs, bacon and shaved Gruyère cheese), or the croque monsieur. Tuck into a light meal at lunchtime like the tuna niçoise, spinach and mushroom crepes or salmon fishcakes, or go all out with a three-course meal in the evening.
We recommended beginning with the French onion soup before moving on to the sautéed salmon fishcakes with baby spinach salad, dill and a wholegrain mustard sauce, then round off the experience with some creme brulee or chocolate mousse. Experience a little piece of Paris in Hale at Côte Brasserie on Ashley Road. A popular Trafford choice for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seats can fill up quickly so remember to book ahead to avoid missing out. Bon appetit!