A type of French restaurant with a relaxed setting, which serves single dishes and other meals.Côte Brasserie is a family of French restaurants raising the bar for French cuisine in the UK. Using great quality, fresh ingredients sourced from small French producers and the best English suppliers, Côte Brasserie serves French brasserie-style favourites from steak frites to tuna niçoise, and casual diners can fill their boots right here in Amersham town centre. Found on The Broadway, Côte Brasserie’s location couldn’t be more convenient for a leisurely lunch or a memorable meal with your loved ones in the evening. To snap up the perfect table at Côte Brasserie’s Amersham branch, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
Step inside Côte Brasserie’s Amersham venue and you’ll have a hard time leaving because every aspect of the decor has been carefully chosen to reflect the chic yet laid back vibe of a Parisian brasserie. Similarly, Côte Brasserie put great care into sourcing their produce, whether that be the poultry from rural Brittany, or the English asparagus grown in the Hertfordshire countryside. It’s this dedication to the small details that keeps diners coming back to Cote for more and more. Located on The Broadway, right in the town centre, Côte Brasserie’s Amersham branch is perfectly placed for a spot of French dining no matter the time of the day.
Start your day as they do in France with a freshly-made croissant and coffee, or go all out with decadent options like the crêpe complete (a warm crêpe served with two free-range eggs, bacon and shaved Gruyère cheese). On the main menu, only some of the delicious choices include Breton fish stew, roasted pork belly and traditional beef bourguignon, while sweet treats like the coupe noir are the perfect way to conclude your meal. Book a table at Côte Brasserie in Amersham town centre now – you won’t be disappointed.
We were a table for four 4different choices,all freshly prepared and served at the same time (as COTE always do) and everyone enjoyed their meal. The restaurant was very busy but never were we pressured to leave the table.. Service Charge is noted on the bill (which is great)however having received a complimentary bottle of wine as a Rewards member and with excellent service on such a busy lunch-time a further 10% was added for the staff.
Good service and lovely food in a lively restaurant. Cote offers good value for money. The staff in the Amersham restaurant are helpful and efficient.
Excellent greeting. Fantastic customer service, couldn't have asked for better. Thank you for a fabulous Fathers Day meal. Our waiter couldn't have been more friendly or accommodating to our requests. Thank you.
food was excellent, atmosphere relaxing. free bottle of wine - we were upgraded as the rose on offer was sold out. only negative point was that it appears on our bill, but was very swiftly taken off again when we noticed it.
A long-overdue dinner with my sister, this turned out to be a well-chosen restaurant. To get the small complaints out of the way, we were intially seated at the back in the corner but had to move as there was a cold air blowing up from the floor. And the tables are really quite small. By the time they've made room for a candle, serviettes, flasses and a bottle, it's difficult to manage food. Next table was perfect. Food was exceptional, espcially all the vegetable dishes. Calamari followed by duck, pork belly, tarte aux pommes and creme brulee... all well-presented and sensible portions. Sauces were subtle, flavoursome and not overpowering. Dessert too was one of the best tarte aux pommes! Warm with very good vanilla ice-cream which I don't usually choose to accompany anything. But this was exceptional. The service needs special mention. An attentive waitress, helpful, friendly, conscientious... this is so rare and therefore much-appreciated. Proper service as I expect it. She had the perfect mix of courteousness and professionalism. A very good evening out. Yes, I will be back.
Middle-aged ladies go out to dinner. We were seated in what seemed to be "middle-aged ladies alcove" with 2 other large groups of women which was ok but, unfortunately, that meant the decibel levels were higher than our hearing capabilities. The lighting was flatteringly dim but also meant the menus were difficult to read. The food was a bit of a lottery - some dishes were great, some not so - particular the "frozen fruit and chocolate sauce". Although obviously there was a clue in the title, we didn't expect it to be still frozen berries with cold chocolate sauce poured over it. Bit of a shock. Anyway, the majority of us enjoyed our meals and the staff couldn't have been nicer. Suggestion for dimly lit restaurants and those catering for us older customers - go to the Pound shop and buy a whole range of reading glasses - put them in a basket for people to borrow. Suggestion made due to my friend forgetting her glasses. While I read the options out to her the waitress said she'd bring us some glasses. On seeing the grateful look on my friend's face, it was a real shame to explain the waitress had meant for drinking.
Four of us went to Cote as a celebration of my husbands birthday. We were early enough to have the choice of two menus and we chose a mixture of both the early one is up until 7pm. My son had calamari, I had spinach salad and my sons girlfriend and my husband had the tuna pissadela which is like a long thin pizza for starters. Then on to the mains my husband had fish gougons, my son had duck my sons girlfriend had a mushroom risotto and I had the rapid steak with salad instead of chips. For sweet three of us had their to die for creme caramels and a cream brûlée. We were given four complimentary presseco kir to finish of the lovely evening as we were celebrating.
We turned up with very limited time before a Chiltern Arts concert in the nearby church of St Mary's, and stressed our need for haste. We were advised that the minute steak was a good option (logically, if you think about it!), and it arrived with all speed, especially considering how bustling the place was: properly cooked and tasty, too, with very good crisp fries (as I must learn to call chips, it seems!) and washed down with a very decent bottle of Chinon. The timings worked perfectly, and we wished to give a particular word of praise to our waitress: friendly, efficient, interested. All in all, there was a good buzz from the service, and we received attentive checks from several members of staff - not obtrusively.
My husband and I went to Cote last Wednesday for a belated Birthday treat for me. I was shown to a table whilst my husband was parking and I didn't want to sit in the middle of a busy restaurant so I was shown to a table by the window which was good. We were given a kir Royale for my birthday then started choosing our food.i had the goats cheese starter and my husband chose onion soup both very tasty. Then I had the duck and my other half chose the pork belly the cooking standard is always very high here. Then we finished with the cream caramel which is my absolute favourite the best I've ever tasted. Everything was spot on and we will be back very soon.
We had hot Pea soup and Frisée Lardons to start followed by Minute Steak(pink) and Breaded Butterfly Chicken, both with sides of French beans. All were excellent and we asked the waitress to pass our compliments to the Chef. We both said we will definitely come back soon. With two glasses of wine and a bottle of French beer, the bill came to £54 with tip, which we both agreed was good value. If I am going to be picky the waitress who showed us to our table was a bit casual about dropping the menus on the table and then walked in front of me as I was going to move to my seat. The other staff were very good and friendly.