French food is world-renowned because it’s simple yet it packs some of the most distinct and enjoyable flavours in cooking. At Côte Brasserie you can find many fine examples of such French cooking, prepared and presented with passion yet accessible at prices that are not going to upset your purse strings. Côte is the most well-loved family of French restaurants in the UK but this particular restaurant can be found in none other than London’s Camden Town, nestled beautifully amongst the bustle of Parkway. It’s a truly enjoyable stop at any time of day and we urge you to go and see what all the fuss is about.
We had a wonderful night out! Staff were very attentive and we got a very quiet table just as we requested. Food was coming at perfect time, and the whole experience was fantastic
Excellent food and service. A delightful evening.. good atmosphere. One of the best value restaurants in the area. You wouldn’t know it was a chain
Absolutely amazing food! Kudos to the chef! Also, the restaurant has a great atmosphere and the service was fantastic! Will definitely recommend to friends and return often!
In keeping with Côte Brasserie’s theme of premium locations in London and the rest of the UK, this restaurant in Camden Town is a lovely little gem built elegantly into a townhouse-style building on Parkway. The restaurant is light, airy and adorned with typically-French furnishings that make the whole experience – before you’ve even got to the food – a rather charming one indeed. A short walk from Camden Town Station, Côte Brasserie is wonderful whatever the occasion and sure to make you feel not at all far away from the modern brasseries of Paris.
Côte champions all-day dining hence there are traditional flavours of the French kitchen for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Begin your day with a full French breakfast, French toast or a light bowl of granola and yoghurt washed down with some quality coffee. For a light lunch or dinner in the week, Côte Brasserie Camden offers a set menu that is exquisitely priced at £10.95 for two courses or £12.95 for three. You’ll also struggle to go wrong with the a la carte that’s comprised of plenty of traditional classics as well as French dishes slight more region-specific. Reserve a table now.