Côte Gloucester

The DocksFrench, European££££
693 Reviews
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About Côte Gloucester

“Here were good ingredients handled with skill and care to create dishes of far higher quality than many I’ve eaten in bistros in France”
– Paul Fulford, Birmingham MailIt couldn’t have been long before Côte Brasserie made it to Gloucester, and it’s also apropos given the French bistro-style restaurant family’s tendency to trailblaze through the UK hinterlands that they’ve set up shop among the exciting developments at The Docks. Possessing all the warmth and quality that this family of restaurants is known for, Côte Brasserie’s Merchant’s Road location at the Gloucester Quays is ideal for a working lunch, a bite to eat after a spot of sightseeing, or for an evening out with friends.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
9:00 am - 11:00 pm
9:00 am - 10:30 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm


Côte Gloucester
Merchants Road, The Docks
Gloucester GL1 5SH

Menu Highlights



Tomates Breton

mixed Breton heritage tomatoes with soft goats cheese, black olives, shallots and capers served on grilled sourdough bread

French Onion Soup

Rustic French onion soup with a sourdough croûte and melted Comté cheese

Prawn Gratinée

King prawns in a white wine, garlic, chilli and tomato sauce with toasted garlic and parsley croutons
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More about Côte Gloucester, Gloucester

“Here were good ingredients handled with skill and care to create dishes of far higher quality than many I’ve eaten in bistros in France”
– Paul Fulford, Birmingham MailThe Gloucester incarnation of what is perhaps the UK’s most recognisable family of French restaurants finds itself down at the spruced up docklands, the Gloucester Quays, alongside a clutch of other eateries, bars, and shops. This ex-industrial quarter is being sensitively transformed, with the beautiful brick warehouses of Merchant’s Road preserved even as they serve a new role. A visit to Côte Brasserie makes you feel as though you’re sat by the Seine.

At Côte Brasserie there’s everything from an early French breakfast (two scrambled eggs with boudin noir, bacon and a field mushroom on toasted brioche) to light lunches, main course meals, and, of course, an array of decadent French desserts. Here in The Gloucester Docks we recommend starting by sampling the charcuterie board or the steak tartare, before moving on to a light main like the chicken and walnut salad. For something larger, the traditional beef Bourguignon is always a win, as is the half chargrilled Breton chicken served with fries and your choice of sauce, or the pan-fried haddock wrapped in smoky French bacon with braised puy lentils and wilted baby spinach, dill and beurre blanc. However you approach this new French restaurant addition to Gloucester’s waterfront, be sure to beat the crowds by booking!

693 Côte Gloucester Reviews

693 Reviews
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Noise levels:Pleasant
Value for money:Good value
Penny F.2 days ago · 2 reviews

We eat at cote quite often,the food and service is always of a very high standard and it is very good value for your money,would highly recommend

Stephen H.11 days ago · 1 review

Good customer service. When part of meal was not hot made amends immediately and without fuss. We felt valued customers. Supervisor was tremendous and kept us informed

Nicki D.13 days ago · 2 reviews

As usual the food and service was very good. A birthday treat was added without us asking which was a lovely touch. First time some of the group had been to Cote and were all impressed.