A type of French restaurant with a relaxed setting, which serves single dishes and other meals.Côte Brasserie are without a doubt connoisseurs in high quality yet affordable French dining. With a commitment to producing exceptional food and service, look no further than this charming brasserie family, inspired by the bistros of Paris. Located in the spectacular Bluewater shopping village in Greenhithe, Kent, Côte Brasserie Bluewater is perfect after a day of retail therapy or perhaps for a break halfway through, and given the restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Côte Bluewater is extremely popular. Book ahead to reserve your table and guarantee a spot.
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Thanks too all the staff that made our evening. Food was really Presented well and tasty. With a nice warm welcome at the door to the Service on the floor Thanks again
Food ws excellent both Lamb & haddock dishes George & Monica's service was excellent we have visited many times but the food and service on Easter saturday was excellent. Also breakfast in the best Thanks Mandy
Really enjoyed our visit to Cotes. We had a meal from the set lunch menu and sat out side in the sun. The food and the setting was perfect.
Côte Brasserie at Bluewater shopping village has fast become the main dining destination for shoppers and Francophiles alike, and it’s not hard to see why. With great pride in creating interesting French brasserie-inspired dishes using seasonal produce sourced from both England and France, here, the Greenhithe team have created an environment that will have you nostalgic for the streets of Paris. The decor is charming, almost vintage, and the whole experience feels unique. As is the way with Côte, this restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with weekday lunch and early evening specials.
We recommend stopping in for breakfast and trying the eggs benedict or florentine served on a toasted muffin with perfectly balanced homemade hollandaise sauce and a choice of gourmet ham or spinach. For dinner, perhaps sampling the roasted duck breast with gratin potato, followed by the tarte au citron for dessert, a traditional lemon tart with Normandy crème fraîche and raspberries is the way to go. Then again, the menu is so laced with quality that it makes little difference what you go for. Greenhithe’s Côte Brasserie Bluewater is not to be missed – book ahead to reserve a spot at this French delight.