Last updated on July 17th, 2023 at 07:57 PM
Côte restaurants have launched a special summer offer giving diners a free bottle of rosé wine with their meal.
Or if you prefer you can order two non-alcoholic cocktails instead.
To welcome the lazy days of summer, Côte is treating guests to a complimentary bottle of rosé wine when they order two or more main courses from their à la carte menu.
Despite train strikes and unpredictable British weather, you can sit back and enjoy a refreshing glass of rosé with friends or let Côte treat you on your romantic date night. To make your visit even more special, you can upgrade to any bottle of their French wine list and simply pay the difference. Magnifique!
The complimentary bottle of rosé Vin de France Anciens Temps costs £18.95 and is valid for two or more guests ordering main courses from the al la carte menu.
The table must be booked via Côte’s website link Book complimentary wine available from Wednesday, July 19 – Sunday, July 23 in eleven selected London restaurants.
The offer is available at Côte Barbican, Covent Garden, Hay’s Galleria, Marylebone, Royal Festival Hall, Sloane Square, Soho, St Christopher’s Place, St Katherine’s Dock, St Martin’s Lane and St Paul’s.
French taste is great taste. Côte’s exquisite menu encompasses timeless French classics, alongside new dishes that capture the excitement of contemporary cuisine. Quality, freshly prepared seasonal ingredients, enjoyed in relaxed, stylish surroundings.
Fresh, delicious and thoughtfully sourced, Côte is an affordable taste of French luxury and promises to bring the very best to the table – because in France they wouldn’t do it any other way.
Côte’s menu focuses on fresh seasonal ingredients to showcase classic French cuisine. Executive chef Steve Allen, former Claridges and Gordon Ramsay executive chef, has elevated Côte with dishes, created with produce from trusted British and French producers.
Steve said of the menu: “I have been cooking French cuisine since the age of thirteen and this menu is a reflection of everything I love about French food. Our main focus is and always will be about the taste of our food at Côte. Simple, yet complex and delicious.”