Côte Brasserie Bank is the place to go for classic and indulgent French cuisine. Located on Old Jewry, this Côte restaurant is dedicated to giving locals a meal to remember. Inspired by the brasseries of Paris, Côte restaurants around the UK have a well-deserved reputation for serving delicious French food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This London branch is no different, as its skilled team of chefs and friendly staff are dedicated to the culinary cause of stylish dining. The menu is a sure crowd pleaser, offering a range of traditional starters, mains and desserts from the different regions of France. Book a table at Côte Brasserie today and savour the flavours of France without leaving the Bank district!
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The staff were very attentive and very polite. Would definitely revisit.
We had an exceptional time at Cote Bank celebrating a birthday lunch - the service was wonderful and the Cote Team went out of their way to make the celebrations that extra special. They greeted us with a complimentary glass of bubbles, sang happy birthday whilst bringing the cake out and even presented the birthday girl with a beautiful bouquet of flowers! Thanks for a great lunch
Regardless of what city or which suburb, Côte Brasseries throughout the United Kingdom have long been pleasing locals with exquisite French cuisine. The latest addition to the restaurant group is Côte Brasserie Bank, located on Old Jewry in London. This stylish all-day eatery is dedicated to bringing traditional French cooking to locals. With its Parisian-style decor and inviting atmosphere, customers can relax in style while they peruse the menu at their leisure.
The food selection at Côte Brasserie, which also offers gluten-free and vegetarian dishes, is a reflection of the decadent and flavoursome nature of French cuisine. The à la carte menu offers delectable hors d’oeuvres to begin your meal such as cured Burgundian sausage and anchovy flatbread from Nice, as well as larger starters like chicken liver parfait, prawn gratinée and the classic French onion soup. The main dishes, meanwhile, showcase rich French cuisine at its finest. Order chargrilled salmon with ratatouille, beef bourguignon with potato purée or mussels cooked with white wine and fresh cream. If you still have space to enjoy a dessert, savour the sweet flavours of crème brûlée and tarte au citron. Due to its convenient location in Bank, this branch of Côte Brasserie is bound to be popular. We therefore highly recommend booking a table in advance to avoid disappointment.