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French flair is on the menu as Côte Brasserie opens at Festival Place, Basingstoke

23 November 2018

The authentic taste of France has arrived at Festival Place, Basingstoke, as Côte Brasserie joins its line-up of top brand restaurants.

The authentic taste of France has arrived at Festival Place, Basingstoke, as Côte Brasserie joins its line-up of top brand restaurants.

Offering a modern-take on all-day Parisian-style dining, Côte Brasserie has opened in Festival Square.

Diners can enjoy seasonal dishes from across the Channel, including a Breton Fish Stew of seabass, mussels, clams, prawns and squid, or corn-fed chicken reared in the heart of rural France.

Their summer menus feature delights such as Charentais melons direct from Rungis market in Paris or heritage tomatoes sourced directly from Brittany.  For those visiting in the next few weeks, Côte also offer a tantalising range of dishes from their festive menus.

Neil Churchill, Centre Director at Festival Place, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Côte Brasserie to Festival Place – the restaurant looks warm and inviting and we are certain that visitors will love this new addition to our huge range of options for eating out.”

Since 2015 Festival Place has signed 25 new leases and increased footfall by more than two million, taking its annual total to 22.4 million customers.

Earlier this year premier British youth brand Jack Wills opened the doors of its new 2,800 sq ft store on Wesley Walk at Festival Place.

For more information about Festival Place visit www.festivalplace.co.uk