When diners of Liverpool want fair-priced and excellent quality French cuisine, Côte Bistro in Liverpool One has become the go-to. Why? Because the setting is sophisticated and relaxed, the food is prepared with passion using ingredients of the highest quality, and the kitchen is open from breakfast right through until dinner. Located on Paradise Street in the heart of the city, at this particular Côte Bistro you can expect to receive the quality and dedicated service that the Côte brand has become known for, attracting guests from all over Merseyside. Reserve a table now while there are still some available.
French culinary paradise can of course be found on Paradise Street at Liverpool One, where the Liverpool branch of Côte Bistro serves classics of the French kitchen. It’s fair to say that this Côte Bistro is slightly more contemporary in terms of decor than its brothers and sister up and down the UK, but you can still expect French elegance in abundance. As well as food that’s prepared using fine, locally sourced ingredients, of course, all inspired by the unmistakeable Bistros of Paris.
Whether for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Côte Bistro will never skimp on authenticity. If dining from the a la carte menu then consider starting with warm beetroot salad or some traditional French onion soup. For a light main, the butternut squash risotto and the spinach and mushroom crepes are a treat. If you’ve more of an appetite, however, then the classic French beef bourguignon is a must try. As is the roast duck breast with potato gratin and the fish parmentier. All will leave a smile on your face. As we have said, for French cuisine in the heart of Liverpool, Côte Bistro is the go-to.
I always love this place, it is cosy and the staff are excellent. The choice on the menu is always good and the flavours superb. The house wine is a fair price and totally acceptable
We had an excellent meal, served promptly and piping hot, despite being extremely busy. The staff are always friendly and polite, in my opinion it is definitely the 'go to' restaurant in Liverpool.
Cote Brasserie are consistently good, with the food, service and ambiance. We were in the Kensington Cote 3 weeks ago, and Liverpool yesterday. Nothing negative to say about either.