“Service was welcoming and professional … interesting, well-made, fair-priced French dishes that any modern bistro in France would be proud of”
– Guy Diamond, Time OutBringing all the charm of the French brasserie to the UK, Côte Brasserie is a group of all-day dining restaurants. Aptly located on Montpellier Terrace, across from Montpellier Gardens, Côte Brasserie’s Cheltenham restaurant is the place to go enjoy classic French cuisine in a sophisticated yet relaxed setting. Whether it's for breakfast, a leisurely lunch after wandering around the nearby shopping boutiques, or for a special evening meal, the menu at Côte Brasserie in Montpellier has plenty of options to suit all occasions. To guarantee a table at Côte Brasserie, making a reservation ahead of time is advised.
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Had a great experience here, fab service, high quality food and drink and everything was delicious! Very smooth champagne, super indulgent dessert crepe and the steaks and calamari were perfectly seasoned and melt in the mouth. Had never been here before but would come again, not a far cry from an upmarket Paris brasserie, thanks for a great evening with my family (and putting up with Dad’s bad jokes)
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Safe and comfortable surroundings. Cheerful service despite the impending lockdown. Keep smiling and see you all soon.
Breakfast is a big deal at Cheltenham’s Côte Brasserie, with everything on the menu from freshly-baked croissants to smoked salmon with scrambled eggs and croque monsieur/madame. Later on in the day, just some of the options that might tickle your fancy include light mains like the spinach and mushroom crepes, larger dishes like the fish parmentier and cassoulet de Toulouse (traditional Tarbais bean stew with confit duck wing, smoked Toulouse sausage and bacon lardons, topped with melted garlic butter and sourdough croutons), as well as mouthwatering steaks and chargrilled Breton chicken – Brittany being a French region renowned for its poultry.
Of course, as you would expect from a French restaurant, the selection of desserts is nothing short of dreamy, so be sure to leave room for the tarte au citron (traditional lemon tart with Normandy crème fraîche and raspberries), or the chocolate and praline crepe with caramelised bananas and crème chantilly. Located on Montpellier Terrace, just across from Montpellier Gardens and close to the charming boutiques that Cheltenham’s Montpellier area is known for, Côte Brasserie is a popular choice, thus booking a table in advance is recommended.