“Simple yet great value”
– Olive MagazineHarrogate is a beautiful town, so beautiful French food is only fitting. Which, of course, is exactly what you’ll find at Côte Brasserie, these days expanding all over the UK and showing foodies what relaxed French dining is all about. Flavours are bold, dishes are warming, and this fine French restaurant is proving that North Yorkshire knows just as much about great food as other, less humble parts of the UK. You can find Côte Brasserie sitting pretty on Albert Street, right in the heart of Harrogate and a fantastic pit stop before, during, or after a day spent wandering these quaint little streets.
When in Harrogate, where can one go to find typically French decor, dedication to service, and French menus around the clock? The answer, of course, is Côte Brasserie on the town centre’s Albert Street, a short walk from Harrogate train station. A restaurant that oozes elegance with everything it does – yes – the Harrogate branch of Côte Brasserie is one member of one of the biggest restaurant families in the UK, but you really wouldn’t know it. The whole experience at Côte feels unique, tailored to you and, most importantly, relaxed. Here, you absolutely will not feel as though you’re being run through the restaurant mill.
At Côte Brasserie there is a commitment to fresh produce and it’s evident from the quality of the dishes coming out of the kitchen. Whether for breakfast, lunch or dinner, French classics are everywhere to be seen and none of them skimp on authenticity. Saucisson, French onion soup, tuna niçoise, beef bourguignon, and cassoulet de Toulouse. As we said, classic flavours and lots of them. Perhaps our stand out dish, however, is the roast duck breast, served pink with gratin potatoes and a griottine cherry sauce. Book a table now.
Always good food and excellent value for money. We usually have brunch and have never been disappointed. The staff are professional and friendly. I also like the fact that they give you a carafe of water when you arrive.
Very good for a non independent restaurant. The service and food are of a high standard all bit it a little overpriced.
Another great meal at Cote off the upscale set menu.