Côte has launched an online shop that gives its customers access to many of the dishes and products sold in its restaurants.
Côte at Home is taking orders for delivery via its www.coteathome.co.uk website from 9 April, but nationwide deliveries will be available in the coming weeks.
The range includes ‘freshly-prepared’ chilled dishes designed for easy cooking at home including poulet grillé, beef Bourguignon, Toulouse sausage with lentils, hachis parmentier. Each serves two with prices ranging from £9.95 to £13.95.
There is also a selection of sides, extras and desserts including creamed spinach (£3.95), frites (£3.95), Roquefort butter (£2.95) and chocolate mousse (£3.50).
The website states that all meals are prepared in Côte’s own kitchen - which, give the scale of the operation - almost certainly means the centralised production unit that produces food for its restaurants.
The kitchen enforces strict safety measures that includes the wearing of masks, gloves, and ‘supervision by an in-house food safety expert’.
The website also has a butchery section offering a wide selection of the meat products used in Côte restaurants including ribeye steaks, dry-aged côte de boeuf, marinated corn-fed chicken supremes and Cumberland sausages. It also lists a selection of Côte’s wines alongside a handful of beers, ciders and soft drinks.
Côte at Home requires a £40 minimum order but delivery is free for purchases over £80. Deliveries are made Monday to Saturday only and are made with “minimal to no contact” with customers.
Côte launches delivery service
Côte has launched a new online shop and delivery platform, allowing consumers to order food throughout the closure period. From Thursday (9 April), the operator will deliver a selection of pre-prepared Côte main meals, sides and desserts to customers within the M25, as well as raw meat from its butchery and wine from its drinks menu. ‘Côte at Home,’ will only be available to London-based consumers initially, but the operator has said it intends to roll out nationwide delivery in the coming weeks.