Côte to open Woking restaurant

23 November 2015 by
Côte to open Woking restaurant

Restaurant chain Côte is to open a new site in a shopping centre in Woking.

The 150-cover venue, which will open early next year, will be situated within Woking Shopping on Commercial Way, and will join Carluccio's, Bill's, Las Iguanas and the Tante Marie Culinary Academy.

Work is already under way at the 3,300 sq ft site.

Côte CEO Alex Scrimgeour said: "We have been hoping to open a restaurant in Woking for a while, having had many requests from local residents. The concentration of restaurants along this pedestrianised part of town, with their al fresco dining, offers a vibrant and relaxed atmosphere.

"We are delighted to have finally found the right spot to open in the town and we look forward to becoming part of Woking's community."

Côte, which was sold to private equity firm BC Partners earlier this year for a reported £250m, has over 70 restaurants across the country.

It is set to open another site in Haywards Heath in Sussex next month.

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