'Cote is what eating out should be about. Superb, affordable food that makes you want to come back' – Mark Bolland, Evening Standard
Glasgow may be a long way from Paris but that doesn’t mean you can’t experience a little piece of Parisian charm here. At Côte Brasserie, diners can enjoy contemporary takes on classic French cuisine, served up in an elegant yet relaxed atmosphere on West Nile Street in the city centre, close to both Queen Street and Glasgow Central Station. Whether it's for a leisurely breakfast, a working lunch or a sophisticated evening meal, Côte Brasserie provides the perfect setting. Find out what makes this award-winning restaurant so successful by making a reservation and checking it out for yourself. Bon appetit!
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We had a fantastic meal at Cote in Glasgow for my wife's birthday. Delicious food, attentive and friendly service and even complimentary bubbly to mark the special occasion. It could not have been a better dining experience.
As always excellent food and excellent service. Not been disappointed yet. Used the restaurant many times. Lots of nicely placed tables
My husband and I visited Cote Glasgow for lunch with two friends. We all ate from the special two/three course menu. Each of us had two or three courses and were delighted with the variety of choice and the quality of each dish. I was even able to have my favourite chocolate pot despite it not being on the menu. We had excellent service from staff who were attentive without being intrusive. All in all a very enjoyable experience.
As one of the UK’s largest group of restaurants, Côte Brasserie has become a household name, known for its modern interpretations of classic French dishes and it's elegant bistro-style setting. Located on West Nile Street, right in the heart of Glasgow city centre, Côte Brasserie provides diners with a Parisian brasserie experience that combines chic decor and a menu of authentic French dishes, all made from scratch using quality ingredients. Start off by sharing the charcuterie board with jambon de savoie, smoked duck breast, saucisson sec, duck rillettes and chargrilled pain de campagne before moving on to your main.
Only some of the dishes you can expect to find on the menu include steak frites, traditional beef bourguignon, and the pan-roasted haddock fillet wrapped in smoked French bacon with braised puy lentils and wilted baby spinach, dill and beurre blanc. Be sure to leave room for more though, because as you would expect from a French restaurant, the list of desserts is divine. Think decadent chocolate fondue with vanilla ice cream, chocolate and praline crêpes with caramelised bananas and crème Chantilly, and home-style tarte au citron. For a French dining experience in Glasgow city centre, book a table at Côte Brasserie now.