“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 OutWhen a meal out doesn’t break the bank but the food you’ve had is absolutely worth writing home about, you feel a little glow inside. It’s that feeling of satisfaction and being perfectly full that just makes you want to smile. And it’s all of this that you’ll experience when you visit any Côte Brasserie, particularly this one in London’s Ealing Broadway. Here on The Green, relaxed French dining is done absolutely right. Freshly made food is combined with charming French decor and exceptional service to match. Go and see why we’re making such a song and dance!
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February's Prestige Menu is particularly good. French onion soup could not be better to counter the cold weather. The best main course for me - I am a regular - is the salmon. It is generously accompanied by a delightful golden (not bitter) beetroot, fennel and radicchio salad. Delicious. And their unbeatable creme caramel. As always, wonderful smiling and attentive service, including from those bringing the food from the kitchen, and the stunning value which is Cote's hallmark. No where else matches it. Thank you Anya and team.
Ealing. I thought the customer care was not great. Staff were busy but it took a while to be seated and even longer to be served. While I understand that it is difficult for staff at busy times a welcoming smile would be helpful. Given a menu to start would also be helpful. Having said that when we were finally served the food was very good. I think there needs to be more organisation in the restaurant.
Nice place to eat, very nice food although steak appeared rare rather than medium. Good service & overall a nice restaurant. Would recommend.
London knows all about Côte Brasserie, of course. This is the city where Côte first made a name for itself as the flagbearer of affordable French cuisine in the UK. As such, Côte is part of the furniture in London, and the hungry folk of Ealing Broadway are certainly glad to have this branch on The Green. Opposite Ealing Green and not far from Ealing Broadway train station, this Côte makes the ideal stop for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, given the restaurant’s championing of all-day dining. Expect authentic and fresh flavours, but not a hefty figure at the bottom of your receipt.
The weekday lunch and early evening menus at Côte Brasserie in Ealing Broadway are of astonishing value. From 12-7pm Monday to Friday grab two courses of delicious French food for £10.95, or three courses for £12.95 – trust us when we say that London goes mad for this kind of value. From the a la carte in the evening there are traditional French classics as well as specialities slightly more region-specific. French onion soup, chicken liver parfait, tuna niçoise, risotto vert, those are just a few options available should you fancy something light. For a larger plate, try Breton fish stew, duck confit or Steak frites – it’s all glorious stuff in Ealing Broadway.