Rotisserie restaurant skips to the Mersey beat

A new rotisserie chicken concept has opened on Liverpool’s Bold Street with the promise of bringing French rustic food with an American twist to one of the city’s busiest shopping districts.

Chez Le Coq Rotisserie, from the team behind Bakchich and the Kasbah, will offer a range of popular dishes including a quarter of a chicken with a choice of salad, which is on the lunch menu for £4.95 and its speciality kale and quinoa salad for £7.95.

The restaurant’s Otto Mellouki told the Liverpool Echo: “It’s an authentic French concept with free range rotisserie chicken, the freshest salads and everything made on site. We wanted something fast that customers could eat in or take out. Nothing artificial, all cooked fresh in an open kitchen.”

The restaurant uses locally-sourced free range chickens and hopes to tap into a customer base looking for great value for money.

Despite the competition around it, Chez Le Coq Rotisserie believes the experience and quality it offers will leave customers coming back for more.

“We wanted somewhere where you could eat a great meal for £10 or less, cooked properly, not the usual takeaway options,” said Mellouki. “This way the customers can choose exactly what they want — a quarter, half or full chicken with whichever sauce they like, plus handmade burgers, good quality meat and really good vegetarian options too




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