The set lunch here is a bargain – Good Food Guide
Inspired by the brasseries of Paris, Côte Brasserie provides a French all-day dining experience in the heart of Manchester. Breakfast, lunch or dinner time, Côte Brasserie is flying the flag for French cuisine in the city, with its menu full of French classics and regional specialities, from freshly-baked croissants to duck confit and crème brûlée. Located on St Mary’s Street in the Deansgate area, a trip to Côte Brasserie is perfect the perfect start to a night out in the city centre, or a great end to a day spent sightseeing or shopping. Book a table now.
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Great selection of menues. The earlybird menu offer was a pleasant surprise. Staff were very attentive without rushing us. We had a lovely ‘chilled’ evening after a very busy day. Food and wine were delicious. We didn’t want the crumble to end! Thank you
Lovely meal, reasonable prices, friendly staff, with a relaxed European vibe. And a free cocktail as well! Would always come back here - absolutely loved it.
I went with my husband for a late lunch. The food was excellent as was the service. It is one of our favorite restaurants in Manchester.
In France, a brasserie is a type of restaurant characterized by its relaxed atmosphere, and Côte Brasserie is bringing this French institution to the United Kingdom, with a chain of esteemed restaurants located across the country. Combining a casual ambience with lots of French elegance, Côte Brasserie’s Deansgate branch is equally as popular for a leisurely breakfast as it is for a special evening out in Manchester city centre, conveniently located on St Mary’s Street. Here, the little details matter and the ingredients are all chosen with care, for example the sea-salted butter is from Guérande, and the pork rillettes that are sourced from the famous Rungis market in Paris.
On the menu, expect to find a number of French classics, from French onion soup and tuna carpaccio for starters, to mains like the traditional beef bourguignon, fish parmentier and poulet grillé (chargrilled butterfly chicken breast with wild mushroom, crème fraîche and thyme sauce, served with gratin potato). For a lighter snack, we recommend going for the spinach and mushroom crepes or the tuna niçoise, but whatever you choose we’re sure you’ll be delighted with your choice. To guarantee a table at Côte Brasserie in Manchester’s Deansgate, making a reservation in advance is recommended.