About Côte Bristol Quakers Friars
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"Cote is fantastic”
– Michael Winner, The Sunday Times
As one of two Côte Brasserie’s in Bristol, this restaurant on Quakers Friars in Broadmead is helping to fly the flag high for French cuisine in the southwest. And, we’re happy to report, it’s doing a splendid job. At this modern little restaurant you’ll be made to feel special with an unbeatable combination of fine service, ambience and food that doesn’t try to be something it’s not. Here the food is humble and exceptionally-priced but still packs French flavour in a way that proves a restaurant doesn’t have to be independent in order to care. Reserve a table now.
Côte Brasserie manages to establish itself in premium locations up and down the UK while all the while maintaining its appealing accessibility. Take this, the Bristol Quakers Friars outpost that occupies one of the finest spots in the city yet attracts casual diners in search of simple and delicious French food – it’s just wonderful. In keeping with the Côte way, this Broadmead restaurant is stylish and modern and manned by a team as dedicated to good service as they are knowledgeable about the intricacies of the French kitchen.
All-day dining is another hallmark of Côte Brasserie and one that’s on fine display here at Bristol Quakers Friars. Stop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner and choose traditional flavours of France or sample dishes that are slightly more region-specific. Some dishes we’d say you simply have to try include steak frites, crispy duck confit with sautéed potatoes and button onion, as well as the pan roasted pork belly served with braised savoy cabbage, apples, thyme and a calvados jus. Just north of Castle Park in Broadmead, this Côte Brasserie is worth visiting again and again, whatever your occasion might be. Enjoy!