“Robust French flavours, cheery continental vibes and brilliant value for money”
– Good Food GuideRich in history and culture, Canterbury is in the corner of England that according to locals, is almost touching France. So it makes sense that French specialists Côte Brasserie have one of their successful restaurants in the heart of this historic Cathedral city. Nested in Longmarket Parade, this cosy restaurant offers a space to sit back and relax over high quality and delicious dishes inspired by the brasseries of Paris. Serving up classic French favourites in the city centre of this UNESCO world heritage site, complete with delightful outdoor terrace, Côte Brasserie has created an idyllic restaurant locals have been loving. So much so, they tend to fill up quickly so make sure you book ahead to secure your spot!
Specialising in all-day dining from breakfast until late and offering a seasonal specials menu, Côte Brasserie has something for any time of the day. During the evening, we recommend that you begin your French culinary adventure with prawn gratinée (king prawns in a white wine, garlic, chilli and tomato sauce with toasted garlic and parsley croutons), before indulging in one of their thirty day aged, grain fed steaks, served with a choice of sauce – we love the roquefort butter sauce – and chargrilled frites. Paired with a delicious, recommended wine you will be floating on cloud nine.
The team at Côte Brasserie Canterbury put great efforts into ensuring their produce is seasonal and sourced from high quality producers, and it’s these small things that have made the French brasserie the go-to spot for Canterbury locals. Located on Longmarket Parade in the city centre, with the famous Canterbury Cathedral a stone’s throw away, you’ll get the feeling you’ve been transported to a bistro in the heart of Paris. Reserve your table at Côte Brasserie in the centre of Canterbury today to sample the French delicacies for yourself.
lovely lunch again, as ever. the staff gave us the choice of upstairs or downstairs to sit...upstairs great for a party of six, spacious and slightly quieter. great food, as always...in fact there again tonight, just two of us prior to going to the theatre to see the supremes..excellent.
The food was superb - I had the pork croquettes with poached egg and Hollandaise sauce as a starter, and it was sublime. Wonderful steak frites and a delicious crême brûlée for dessert. Service was excellent, ambience wonderful and the value for money was excellent. Highly recommended.
You never enter Cote Brasserie without a warm & friendly welcome and the service throughout is faultless. One knows what to expect with the food and it rarely fails to please. Would always recommend this restaurant.