Côte Brasserie - French Restaurant -
Côte Brasserie - French Restaurant -
Côte Brasserie - French Restaurant -
Côte Brasserie - French Restaurant -
Côte Brasserie - French Restaurant -

Côte Brasserie


French Restaurant


17-21 Tavistock St, London WC2E 7PA, UK

Contact Information





Dine In

Serves Beer

Serves Dinner

Serves Wine

Opening Hours

Monday: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Thursday: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM – 9:30 PM


  • Remy Sharp

    Joyce Zhou

    Nice atmosphere, not too noisy on a busy Friday evening so you can have a proper conversation. Very reasonably priced. Service was fast and friendly. The menu has a good variety of food to select from. Food is mediocre but nothing out of expectation. We shared a few starters - calamari was delicious but chicken liver parfait has a nasty smell. I had duck confit for the main. I find the skin not crispy enough, but the flavoring is good. For dessert I'd recommend the creme brulee. It has a more refreshing taste than standard creme brulee with elderflower infusion. The salted caramel chocolate cake is way too sweet for me.

    3 months ago

  • Remy Sharp

    Ben Park

    Ate here in June 2023. We had a terrible experience on arrival with an utterly useless host ignoring my elderly father and I, and then seating us next to the toilets. The food and service at the table was great, but the welcome was really off putting. I likely would not take guests here again.

    4 months ago

  • Remy Sharp

    Rose Reardon

    We sat outside as it was a gorgeous evening. The welcome and service were excellent. We had three courses from the theatre menu and they were good but not exceptional.

    4 months ago

  • Remy Sharp

    Marc Farmer

    Had dinner here with my wife and two children (12&14) after a show in London. There were steps up into the venue. There may be a disabled entrance available if a member of staff is asked. The venue is very smart and the staff were well dressed, friendly, efficient and helpful. The menu looked great and we all struggled to choose. There were several vegan and vegetarian options. There was a good wine list, which also recommended which type of food they would go best with. All were very satisfied with their food. Two had starters, all had main courses, two desserts, drinks including a bottle of wine, all came to £185. There is a 10% tip automatically included in the bill. The Creme Brulee was divine. My wife was particularly happy with the muscles. The meal cost a fair bit but I was very satisfied with the overall experience and you do expect to pay more when in London. We would definitely go again.

    7 months ago

  • Remy Sharp

    Rachael Marklew

    The second time I've been to this cote, the food has been awful both times. The burger I had the cheese was so burnt you couldn't tell what was cheese or burger. I couldn't eat my burger and after having one bite it put me off of food for the evening. Never had such an overcooked, awful burger. There was one other in the party that had a burger and was exactly the same, and the side dish was also burnt to a crisp. My mums chicken was overcooked and dried out also. The two trips to this restaurant were 6 years apart but yet the same experience with awful food.

    2 months ago

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