COSY CLUB HAS A NEW MENU AND THEIR DESSERTS LOOK UNREAL

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Cosy Club at Corn Exchange has taken their menu to the next level.  Whether you’re into brunch, lunch, tapas or cocktails, Cosy Club Corn Exchange has a variety of new punchy dishes to try, from classic British comfort food to indulgent desserts with a difference.

If you have a sweet tooth, then sink your teeth into Cosy Club’s new Nutella and Vanilla Cream Doughnut. Topped with candyfloss and raspberry dust it’s guaranteed to transport you to dessert heaven.

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Marrying the perfect mix of salt and caramel along with sweet popcorn for added texture, the Salted Caramel Cheesecake is the epitome of indulgence.

Cosy Club Food ( 11th April 2018 )

Make Cosy Club your new breakfast spot and try the Shakshuka, a rustic mix of perfectly baked eggs, tomatoes and chilli for the best start to the day.

Cosy Club Food ( 11th April 2018 )

Excite your senses with the zesty, vibrant Mediterranean platter. It’s served with a selection of fresh colourful ingredients on a bed of hummus, it’s vegan friendly too making it the perfect lunchtime treat for everyone.

Cosy Club Food ( 11th April 2018 )

And the delightful new menu doesn’t end there, quench your thirst and try the new cocktails on offer.

Cosy Club Cocktails ( 5th April 2018 )

 

The bartenders at Cosy Club have been working their magic with the Strawberries and Cream cocktail; quintessentially British with an exciting punchy mix.

Oozing sophistication is the Pineapple Old Fashioned, a firm favourite with the addition of spice and tropical fruits for an exotic twist on a favourite.

Try the QE2 cocktail – a combination of Belsazar red vermouth, raspberries, lemon juice and Fentimans rose lemonade. Delicious!

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