Synonymous with all things French, Côte Brasserie is well-loved amongst the foodies and casual diners of London. This, the Chislehurst outpost is a fine representative, and acts as a popular meeting place for fans of traditional French food that’s served fresh, all day, every day. Located on the High Street just a stone’s throw from Chislehurst Common, the restaurant finds itself in a charming part of town and seems to make a fine choice for locals and residents of nearby Bromley and Petts Wood. A bustling place to dine no matter the time of day, Côte Brasserie is best visited after booking ahead – reserve your table now for an exceptional French meal.
Côte Brasserie is without a doubt one of London’s most well-known French restaurants, and thankfully for all the folks in the southeast of the city, they’ve opened up shop on the High Street in Chislehurst. This restaurant is charming inside and out, with friendly service, al fresco dining spaces and classy brasserie-style furnishings upping the charm factor. Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch or dinner – Côte Brasserie is famous for its all-day dining – you’re sure to be more than impressed by the whole experience.
Côte Brasserie in Chislehurst opens its doors at 8am sharp from Monday to Friday and on 9am at the weekends to serve you their sensational crêpes, baguettes and their famous breakfast cocktails – mimosas, anyone? We’re not kidding when we say they serve some of the best breakfasts in town, and their all-day a la carte items aren’t something to miss, either. Go for an order of steak frites, duck confit or, if you feel like something heartier, the beef Bourguignon, and make sure to end your meal with a decadent dessert. With monthly specials rotated on the menu regularly, you can look forward to always having something new to try. Reserve in advance to save your space at Côte Brasserie in Chislehurst.
Brunch at Cote's was amazing as always! I have the vegetarian option, don't think I have had a better one, ever. The service is second to none also.
We go to Cote in Chislehurst regularly with friends. We enjoy the ambience, the service and most of all the food. We can chat and exchange news without intrusive extraneous noise. What's more prices are reasonable.
We celebrated my husband’s birthday at our favourite restaurant in Chislehurst. We could not fault the food or the service. It was very quiet at 6pm when we first arrived which we enjoyed. However by 7.30pm it was extremely noisy at the rear of the restaurant where we were sitting. We would recommend reserving a table at the centre or front if you prefer to dine in quieter surroundings !!