Brittany brought to Cathedral Yard
PEOPLE living in Mid Devon looking for a taste of France may like to venture to Exeter to sample the "cheery continental vibes" a new restaurant is said to boast.
Côte Brasserie, located at Cathedral Yard, is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner and serves dishes from moules mariniere, steak tartar and suckling pig.
Inspired by new trends in Paris where diners are turning away from over-complicated and expensive French food, Cote claims to offer a modern approach from the nation's classic dishes, which also includes steak frites, tuna nicoise and corn-fed chicken from rural Brittany.
The extensive wine list displays an in-depth knowledge and features wines from a variety of producers across the country – yet is reasonably priced.
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The menu evolves seasonally and a range of changing specials will ensure there is always something new for regular guests to enjoy. Perfect for a breakfast meeting or a mid-morning coffee to take a break from shopping, Côte offers breakfast dishes such as scrambled eggs with Scottish smoked salmon, eggs benedict with homemade hollandaise or a full English breakfast.
There is a weekday lunch and early evening menu at £9.95 for two courses and £11.90 for three courses with dishes such as baby gem salad with bacon lardons, free range egg, walnuts and tomatoes followed by roast seabass fillet and braised fennel.
Main dishes usually go for between £9.95 and £12.50.
Reviewed favourably among the press and guests alike, Côte is backed by restaurant entrepreneur Richard Caring, who has a house in Dulverton and owns some of the UK's most highly-acclaimed restaurants, such as The Ivy.
Côte's atmosphere is designed to be informal and friendly. The restaurant also has free wifi internet.
The restaurant has received rave reviews from the Good Food Guide which said in 2009 that the chain has "all the elegance, informality and buzz of a classic partisan bistro."