About Côte Blackheath

A visit to Blackheath makes you feel like you have escaped the hustle and bustle of London to the tranquility of the countryside, and while wandering through this charming borough, paying a visit to Côte Brasserie Blackheath is an absolute must. Located just minutes from Blackheath tube station, this charming restaurant specialises in French cuisine and offers guests an unforgettable dining experience. Côte Brasserie Blackheath on Royal Parade offers relaxed all-day dining serving high quality and fresh food that will leave your tastebuds singing. This quaint restaurant tends to fill up quickly so we recommend booking to secure your spot.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
9:00 am - 11:00 pm
9:00 am - 10:30 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm


Côte Blackheath
15-16 Royal Parade, Blackheath
London SE3 0TL

Menu Highlights



Warm Roquefort Salad

Endive, walnut and crouton salad with a warm Roquefort cheese dressing

French Onion Soup

Rustic French onion soup with a sourdough croûte and melted Comté cheese

Prawn Gratinée

King prawns in a white wine, garlic, chilli and tomato sauce with toasted garlic and parsley croutons


Beef Bourguignon

Traditional Beef Bourguignon with potato and chive purée, bacon lardons and chestnut mushrooms

Steak Frites

Chargrilled thinly beaten out minute steak with frites and garlic butter (served pink)

Breton Fish Stew

Traditional Breton fish stew of seabream, mussels, clams, prawns and squid with tomato, white wine and chilli


Chocolate Fondant

Warm chocolate fondant with vanilla ice-cream

Crème Caramel

Traditional set vanilla pod custard with dark caramel and cream

Tarte Fine aux Pommes

Crisp puff pastry tart with finely layered apples and vanilla ice-cream

Main Menu

Prestige Menu


June Lunch & Early Evening Menu


June Specials


A La Carte Menu


Breakfast Menu


Vegetarian Menu


Gluten Free Menu


Wine Menu


More about Côte Blackheath, London

The Côte Brasserie family has become the go-to place for those around the UK wanting to sample the best of French cuisine, but this Blackheath restaurant has become extremely popular in its own right. Located in Blackheath borough, southeast of London’s centre and opposite the green parklands of Blackheath and Greenwich park, Côte Brasserie Blackheath offers an extensive menu with a wide range of dishes to cater to everyone, including those with special dietary requirements. We recommend feasting on the delectable duck confit served with braised red cabbage and a veal thyme jus, perfectly accompanied with a wine from an extensive list that waiting staff will be happy to help you navigate.

Côte Brasserie Blackheath also proudly supports and sponsors Blackheath Halls, the oldest surviving purpose built cultural venue in London, and Côte is also a strong champion of this local community. This wonderful French brasserie is committed to serving only the best produce and goes to great lengths to ensure their food is of the highest calibre, paying homage to both the French and English roots of suppliers from both nations. Book now to reserve your table at this Royal Parade favourite!

687 Côte Blackheath Reviews

687 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Value for money:Good value
Sort by:Most useful
  • Most useful
  • Highest rated
  • Most recent
Catherine V.4 days ago · 2 reviews

we had diner on Saturday evening, our table was for 7 people. Our meal and service was excellent. I have been to Cte Brassiere on several occasions and will continue to do so.

Dominic M.4 days ago · 3 reviews

Very good food. Excellent location and friendly staff. Would recommend.

Dominic M.4 days ago · 3 reviews

Very good food and service. Excellent location and friendly staff.

Dominic M.4 days ago · 3 reviews

Very good food, good service. Very nice location and friendly staff.

Joe B.6 months ago · 1 review

We eat regularly at cote and have been to the Blackheath restaurant on many occasions last night we took friends who had not been b4 . Their meal and my wife's were to your usual standard however unfortunately my started and main course were below your normal high standards . I ordered onion soup for a starter it arrived warm not hot but worse was the very large piece of crust on top with a bit of cheese the crust was uneatable. When the excellent waitress collected the plates I just mentioned but did not make a fuss since all the other starters were acceptable . I ordered a medium rare rib eye steak when it came passed to me by one of my friends they noticed and said the plate was cold which it was as was the steak. This time the waitress took away the steak and returned with it 2 minutes later it was the same steak which clearly had just been put in the microwave . This really is not acceptable however as all the other meals were good I accepted . We were disappointed that our evening had been spoilt by this in particular for me (and my wife ) who had recommended we go to you .

Lorraine B.2 months ago · 1 review

Friendly staff, relaxed atmosphere. Sat outside (under heat lamps!) as it was a lovely evening. We enjoyed a free bottle of wine having signed up to the Cote newsletters. The food is tasty and the portion size is generous. I had the prawn gratin to start followed by the belly pork - both were very good. My friend had the steak tartare followed by a steak which she raved about. The service was slightly slower than expected but this is not a negative - my friend and I had lots of catching up so we were not in a hurry. This was my second visit and will definitely go back.

Lindsey G.a year ago · 1 review

We had a voucher for an introductory offer of a bottle of wine. The waiter had to check with the Manager about this. The Manager said OK but then the waiter said two of us had to order from the main menu. There were three of us, one had three courses from the main menu and the other two had one course from the main menu and two courses from the lunch time menu but apparently that wasn't enough to get the introductory bottle of wine. We spent over £100 but weren't entitled to the introductory offer! If we had spent less and all ordered one course from the main menu we would have got it. I can't see the point in joining to get Loyalty Points or free offers if there are various seemingly pointless conditions which have to be met. The food and service were good but the performance about the introductory bottle of wine soured the whole visit.

Sheila W.6 months ago · 1 review

Lovely pre Christmas lunch on Christmas Eve, restaurant was busy but we where sat at our pre-booked table after a few minutes. A little mix up with my starter which the waitress forgot, I was a little concerned as when she took our order she did not write it down (always a concern of mine) a starter was quickly ordered in the kitchen and arrived so real issue other than that all was as it should be. Food was lovely. Cote is always a lovely restaurant to visit good food and service and a very reasonable price especially around Christmas and New year as so many restaurants just use it as an excuse to over charge.

Manny N.a year ago · 1 review

Fabulous restaurant. We asked for a window seat and was able to get a beautiful window seat. We ordered drinks and bread first before ordering food. Our food took a while to arrive but our son's children's meal arrived quickly. I think it's probably because the restaurant was busy (sunny day and all). Staff were very friendly and attentive. Food was delicious with a really decent portion size. I had the Poulet Grillé and my partner had the Sunday special: 1/2 chicken with potato gratin and green beans. Just delicious!! Highly recommended to all!

June P.a year ago · 1 review

Fantastic food. Staff who attended to us were very attentive without being intrusive. I have a number of food allergies but staff were only too happy to ensure I chose the right food.Even after we ate and drank to our heart's content we were able to continue our conversation without feeling rushed. My only criticism is the location of the toilets and size of the cubicles. Due to my present mobility problems I did find it difficult using the stairs to descend to the toilets. Also I would say that either the cubicles need to be enlarged or I need to get rid of a few "spare tyres" maybe it's the latter.