Simple yet great value – Olive Magazine
If it’s casual French dining you’re after, Côte Brasserie is undoubtedly one of the best places to find it – that is, without actually having to take a trip to France. This award-winning family of restaurants has made its mark on London’s dining scene through serving only high quality, brasserie-style dishes and maintaining a level of customer service that has made it famous throughout the UK. Whether you are there for breakfast, lunch or dinner, you’ll enjoy homestyle French dishes that are affordable, flavourful and one of a kind. Located on Jerdan Place, this restaurant is just steps from Fulham Broadway underground station.
Since 2007, Côte Brasserie has been spreading their love of homestyle French cooking with London and surrounding areas. One of their most stylish outlets, this, the Fulham branch, exudes timeless elegance while maintaining a casual atmosphere complete with stylish leather furnishings, dim lighting and an al fresco dining space that’s perfect for warm summer days. Open every day of the week, this Jerdan Place French restaurant is a fine choice no matter what the occasion, and even features a loyalty programme so that you can be rewarded for, well, your loyalty.
Côte Brasserie’s Fulham branch offers an array of menus to keep guests satisfied, from French-style breakfasts to decadent dessert. Every month you can expect to find great new seasonal specials to keep you on your toes, as well as an array of set menus that showcase the best dishes that this famous restaurant has to offer. Recommended dishes include the classic steak frites with garlic butter, half chargrilled Breton chicken or the beef bourguignon with potato and chive puree, bacon lardons and chestnut mushrooms. And don’t neglect to order dessert – the chocolate mousse is heavenly. Book ahead to save a seat at this London legend.
Excellent value and service as always but if there were a children’s menu with starter and dessert as well, then we would have stayed instead of going to The ice cream shop opposite. Staff were very obliging about swapping veg on the children’s dish and unlike so many other restaurants, the tables are not squeezed together.
Very pleasant evening, our waitress made an excellent wine suggestion, the service was fast, attentive but not intrusive, and the food was seasonal and good - all for a reasonable price. Lived up to Cote's brasserie model.
Reliably good food at a sensible price underpinned by efficient service.