Cote Cheltenham unveils new summer menu

Including a new 30 day-aged ribeye sharing experience and espresso martini crêpes, Côte has just unveiled a new summer menu now available at its French restaurant in Cheltenham.

By Michelle Fyrne  |  Published
New on the Cte summer menu for Gloucestershire carnivores is the signature Cte de Boeuf  Ctes ribeye sharing experience.
New on the Côte summer menu for Gloucestershire carnivores is the signature Côte de Boeuf – Côte’s ribeye sharing experience.

French restaurant brand, Côte, has unveiled a new summer menu, which it describes as the ‘biggest evolution of its food in its 15-year history’ – and it’s now being served at its bustling Cheltenham restaurant in Montpellier.

Created by Côte’s new executive head chef Steve Allen – who was previously head chef at Gordon Ramsay at Claridge’s – the modern French menu is available from May 2022.

The new menu spans new additions to its people-pleasing classics, include a new sharing board featuring cured French meats, a melting baked Camembert, twice baked ‘sheet music’ bread drizzled with olive oil and sprinkled with rosemary leaves, alongside cornichons, sweet honey tomatoes and marinated olives.

Also new on the Côte summer menu for Gloucestershire carnivores is the signature Côte de Boeuf – Côte’s ribeye sharing experience – which is aged for 30 days in the restaurant chain’s specially built Himalayan rock-salt ageing room. And there are some vibrant vegan options including a new celeriac fricassee too.

But most excitingly, perhaps, is that the new dessert menu includes decadent espresso martini crêpes, served with a small jug of warm martini-infused chocolate sauce – santé!

For more information, see Cote Cheltenham.

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