If you’re a lover of French cuisine, chances are you’ve heard of Côte Brasserie by now – a family of restaurants flying the flag high for relaxed French dining in London and the UK. Located inside the beautiful Hay’s Galleria on Tooley Street, Côte Brasserie’s London Bridge restaurant couldn’t be more perfect for tourists looking to fuel up on French cuisine while experiencing a piece of London’s heritage at the same time. That said, the well-priced menu makes this restaurant just as popular among Londoners as well. Beat the crowds and book a table at Côte Brasserie in advance.
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Unlike experience of previous visits to Cote, food was poor. Pre prepared and reheated dry gratin was horrid. Sent it back and then replacement was forgotten. It was our daughter’s birthday, wish we had eaten elsewhere as v poor dinner spoilt our evening. Not again though.
Good value for money. Easy and great view of the river.
👍💪. As always great food and lovely service from great staff. Please come back after Lockdown 2!
When it comes to French cuisine, Côte Brasserie are masters of the craft. Part of Côte Brasserie’s secret is that they take great care when it comes to sourcing their produce, whether that be the chicken from Brittany (the region of France famous for its poultry), the English asparagus grown in the Hertfordshire countryside, or the Beton tomatoes and mussels that feature on the menu when in season. From French classics to regional specialities, Côte Brasserie’s menu is sure to delight even the most discerning of French cuisine connoisseurs, and you’ll find the London Bridge restaurant located inside Hay’s Galleria on Tooley Street.
The French breakfast (two scrambled eggs, boudin noir, French streaky bacon and a field mushroom on toasted brioche) is the perfect way to start your day, while options like the salmon fish cakes are perfect for a light lunch. If you want to really indulge, we recommend going for some chargrilled steak served with frites and your choice of sauce, or the roast duck breast, followed by some classic crème brûlée. Located inside Hay’s Galleria, Côte Brasserie’s unique setting makes it the go-to place for all-day French dining in the London Bridge area.