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706 Côte Cambridge Reviews
Consistently great food and great service - thank you This is my 5th visit to a Cote restaurant - twice to this one in Cambridge, twice to Atlantic Wharf Cardiff, once to Covent Garden. Well done
Food amazing, service excellent. Never had a bad meal yet here, our favourite restaurant. Glad we reserved a table though as it was extremely busy.
A splendid time was had by all. We had a cosy little alcove set aside for us, and even in an extremely busy and lively restaurant we were in an environment where conversation was able to sparkle. Service was absolutely first rate, as it has been whenever I have dined at Cote, despite the fact that it was busy with many large parties. I am delighted and would recommend Cote, Cambridge, to anyone.
Great Meal in a lovely cosy, warm restaurant. Staff were friendly & polite and we had great service. Food was hot, delicious and plentiful. Thoroughly enjoyed our meal and looking forward to returning!
I arrived earlier than booked but the table was ready and perfect for 6 of us having a catch-up. It was a lovely day with the breeze flowing gently through the restaurant. We all opted for the 2-course lunch for £10.95 and agreed that the choice of starters and mains was excellent - something for everyone. The service was, as ever, very professional and discreet: water brought and replaced without asking, the food arriving promptly. looking tempting. Everyone agreed we'd come back again for one of our regular get-togethers. Just one thing .... the filtered water provided so liberally is lovely but why is it in such small, heavy 'bottles'? Between the six of us on a hot day, we must have got through at least nine bottles - wouldn't a jug be easier all round?
Food was entirely adequate, but service very slow, despite our having mentioned that we were going to the theatre, and choosing from the pre-theatre menu. They had sold out of both the main courses we'd ordered, which the waiter didn't know when we made the order, and he took about a quarter of an hour to come back and tell us; we hadn't ordered first courses, so assumed our food was on its way. Once we'd finished our main courses it took some while to attract the attention of a waiter (we counted four at once who didn't seem to be doing anything; the restaurant was not especially busy at this point) to bring us a dessert menu (had we not been on the two-course special menu, I suspect we wouldn't have bothered, as time was running short by this point), and we checked which of the choices would be quickest to prepare, before making our order. The desserts did arrive quickly enough, but the (different) waiter who brought them made a somewhat sarcastic comment about the speed with which we'd been served; however, he did not bring the bill, which we'd asked for at the same time as we ordered dessert, so had to be asked for this twice. Even then, I had to resort to waving my arm in the air with a credit card in it in order for someone to come and take payment; it would have been easy enough to leave without paying, I suspect, given the level of attention we received from the staff. I had booked at Côte because it is a chain, and I expected they would be well geared to providing a swift service to people going on to the theatre or to concerts (the food is perfectly nice, but it is hardly an eating destination); it was a pretty dire failure in this regard, and to be snide to one's customers when they ask for something quickly is very poor.
It's really good to go to a restaurant and be recognised as you enter. It's not as if we go as frequently as once a month to this Cote. Monica was on good form and our waitress Agatha was very efficient and always smiling. We go to an number of Cotes and always find charming and polite staff who find the time to chat a little as they are working which we really appreciate. Keep it up and well done in opening a new restaurant in Harpenden this week. It's our home town but we will still visit others in the area just to experience the slight difference between restaurants.
Having dined @ Cote a few years ago with visitors from Singapore, I knew it would be one of the best restaurant to take my visitors from San Francisco & Malaysia. There was a good choice of dishes from both the fixed price & a la carter menu. Every plate/board arrived with visually pleasant offerings from the kitchen. Truly appreciate the efforts made & also, the service was impeccable. Every need was attended to including the typical 'can you take a group photo please?'. Will return on my next visit to Cambridge. Meanwhile. I will explore other branches when I am on business in other parts of UK.
We had lunch from the set menu while enjoying a day out in Cambridge. The hop-on-hop-off sightseeing bus stops conveniently close by. The food, as ever with Cote was all delicious; Provencal Pissaladiere, Frisee aux Lardons, Poulet Grille, Roast Pork Belly, Peche Crumble and Chocolate Pot. Excellent, efficient, friendly service from Lily and other staff. I'd had an email offering complimentary Kir Royales for my birthday but could not find it in my Inbox. Lily was incredibly helpful and patient and served the drinks anyway, while I struggled with poor reception until I eventually found the message and produced the necessary code.
Thoughtful ,intelligent and sympathetic help with seating a group with handicapped praticipants among them . Excellent varied menu in tune with September and a delicious Confit de canard ,rich and rare mellow and a lovely crusty skin . Creme caramel ,as if from a normandy good restaurant . And I forgot to mention the imaginative side dish of Warm ,golden beetroot ,as starter,or side for the duck . All worth the diversion ,or vaut le detour as the French would guide you to a good place with serious attention to a serious subject -FOOD ! A real brasserie . N.