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Our inspiration for the food and design of Cote is a modern interpretation of the many famous bistros of Paris. Inspired by new trends, we are dedicated to serving authentic classic brasserie dishes with a modern twist, using high quality produce at great prices. On the menu, guests will always find brasserie favourites on our a la carte menu such as steak frites, moules marinieres, corn-fed chicken from rural Brittany and tuna Nicoise, for dessert, Cote's creme caramel and creme brulee are much-loved house specialities. Seasonality and Cote's commitment to sourcing high-quality ingredients results in a monthly changing specials menu, ensuring there is always something new to delight regular…
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I stopped coming to this restaurant a few years ago as the service as chaotic and bad and the food mediocre. I had a very bad experience with mess ups with breakfast on a Sunday. They then offered me a free meal to show us...More
We held a birthday meal in the upstairs dining room. Alexandra was our server and she couldn't have been more helpful. She was very attentive, polite, efficient and friendly. The food was lovely and a great time was had by all. Thank you!
We’re regular visitors to Cote, albeit a different restaurants across the south east.
It may be a chain but, normally, each has its own character and the Charlotte Street Beach is no exception. Our table of six was in a small room with probably only...More
I so wish there was a Cote in the U.S. somewhere, anywhere. IT's the first and last place we visit when in London and, if possible, I add another visit. Every time we visit, I say the say thing, how can they serve such good...More
The maitre'd was unfriendly, but our waitress was lovely.
I had tiger prawns as a starter from the specials menu; a little underwhelming and I thought under-seasoned at first, but once I started eating the salad with the prawns I actually grew to like it....More
Went there for evening really lovely Food was excellent calarami to start the I had steak and my friend had mussels and fries followed my a crepe with banana and chocolate a lovely bottle of wine La place Service was Good attentive and friendly would...More
This particular Cote is outstanding and consistent. Great value, excellent service and the food is always delicious . We often have the set lunches and there are lots of options. Really worth discovering if you haven’t already
We are very familiar with the Cote Brasserie chain, and are fans, so we were keen to try another branch. The restaurant was not quite as comfortable as some, with a small frontage and the tables were very close together. Our waitresses were very pleasant...More
I often find very very hard to find a nice restaurant in Central London where the meals offered are not mainly burgers followed by fries or fried chicken full of more fries, so I decided to try Cote Brasserie Charlotte Street. The young female waiter...More
My friend and I popped in to this restaurant on a whim and I can honestly say that we had a lovely experience.
The food was lovely. We had the bread with anchovies to start which wasn't as I expected as I thought the bread...More
This sophisticated and sociable slice of Central London is a shopper’s paradise, offering the latest fashions, gadgets, and souvenirs. Fitzrovia is conveniently located between the major retail thoroughfares of Regent Street to the west and Tottenham Court Road to the east, with a handful of well connected Tube stations dotted around the area for easy transport. This neighborhood is a favorite
among foodies as well, with an impressive number of quality restaurants, pubs, cafes and food shops vying for your patronage – especially along Charlotte Street and near Goodge Street Station.