You’ve probably heard of Côte Brasserie by now – the award-winning chain of all-day dining restaurants flying the flag for French cuisine in the UK, but if not, you can experience it for yourself in Bristol’s beautiful Clifton Village. Located on The Mall, Côte Brasserie’s elegant setting is reminiscent of a brasserie you’d find on the backstreets of Montmartre or St Germain with its subtly stylish Parisian decor. Whether it's for breakfast, some lunch after spending the day wandering around the area’s many shops and boutiques, or for dinner, Côte Brasserie is a popular choice, so booking a table in advance is recommended.
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excellent food and service happy to return and recommend to others
Excellent all around, shame about people coming in drunk and making a lot of noise. Would be better to refuse service to drunks to improve atmosphere.
A great experience!! Exactly similar to the first Cote back in 2007
Champions of relaxed all-day dining, Côte Brasserie is the place to go to enjoy French cuisine in Bristol’s Clifton Village, no matter if it is for some coffee and a croissant in the morning, a light lunch, or a three-course evening meal. Côte Brasserie is dedicated to providing guests with the most authentic experience possible, that’s why the restaurant takes the time to source each ingredient from the best suppliers, from English asparagus grown in Hertfordshire to poultry from a supplier in rural Brittany, and bottles of wine selected by hand from boutique French producers.
No matter what time of the day it is, on the menu at Côte Brasserie you’ll find a menu full of refined French classics to suit, from croque monsieur to tuna niçoise as well as larger mains. We recommend whetting your appetite with the chicken liver parfait or the warm beetroot salad before moving on to some steak frites, roasted duck breast or traditional beef bourguignon served with potato and chive purée, bacon lardons and chestnut mushrooms. Located on The Mall in Clifton Village, Côte Brasserie draws in Francophiles from all over the city. Book a table now.