With Mother’s Day fast approaching- this upcoming Sunday- you may still be thinking of ways to celebrate the big day. What do you get the #1 lady in your life?
Cote Brasserie are offering a special Mother’s Day Bruch menu on Sunday and I was invited along to test it out.
So of course, with my mum in tow, we headed to the Manchester branch for an early Mother’s Day treat.
Located on St. Mary’s Street at the side of House of Fraser, the branch is nestled just off the bustling Deansgate.
For £15.95, you’ll receive a choice of delicious breakfast options including Croque Monsieur and the traditional Full English Breakfast (pictured above), a glass of Baron De Marck Champagne, fresh orange or cloudy apple juice and a hot drink of choice.
The staff were absolutely lovely and made sure we had the best possible experience. Shortly after arriving, our order was taken and we were left to admire the beautiful interior of the restaurant. The room was bright and spacious, complete with rose gold décor and marble tables. I could’ve sat there all day!
My mum loved the orange juice and said it was “the best orange juice I’ve ever had” (she honestly couldn’t stop talking about it throughout the morning!)
The food was just as good and you could really tell that everything was made fresh to order. It was brought out to us quickly and everything was as good as it looks.
To top of the morning and make it even more fantastic than it already was, The Manchester Florist kindly donated one of the most gorgeous bunch of flowers I’ve ever seen! It was such a lovely surprise and made the brunch that little bit extra special.
Cote Brasserie really did provide the perfect Mother’s Day treat and we both said we can’t wait to visit again. The restaurant provided the perfect atmosphere for a quiet Sunday brunch and is definitely the place to be this Mother’s Day.