Here for This: Meat and Fire at Cote

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Make no mistake: If you’re at Cote, you’re there for meat. Chef David Shim and owner Simon Kim make sure that only the highest-quality beef makes it to the table at this self-proclaimed Korean Steakhouse. In this episode of Here for This, Alan Sytsma stops by to eat the Butcher’s Feast, a multicourse meal for a crowd that showcases all of the best flavors Cote has to offer. Watch the video above to learn why it’s the perfect order, and to get a look inside of the restaurant’s meat-aging locker.

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