“Simple yet great value”
– Olive MagazineNo other name in French dining means as much in London as Côte Brasserie. Light-filled and relaxed, this Muswell Hill location is one of the Côte’s most bright and airy outlets and is the perfect place for a quick breakfast before work, a romantic date or an after-work bottle of wine with the colleagues. Located on Muswell Hill Broadway close to Alexandra Palace, this Côte Brasserie location is ideal for residents of nearby Islington, East Finchley and Crouch End to enjoy some of London’s most traditional French dishes at an affordable price. Book in advance to save your table.
In charming Muswell Hill, Côte Brasserie is the only name you need to remember when it comes to laid-back French dining in London. This famous family of French restaurants is famed for its outlets in premium locations where guests are met with authentic brasserie-style French dishes, superb wine varietals and excellent service. With floor-to-ceiling windows and a spacious dining space, Côte Brasserie’s outlet on Muswell Hill Broadway is an exceptional choice no matter the occasion.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Côte Brasserie is there when you need it most. During the weekend you can take advantage of this London restaurant’s lunch and early evening menu – your choice of a two- or three-course set menu at incredible prices – or stop by any day to order from the a la carte menu and select from offerings including goats cheese salad, beef Bourguignon, roasted pork belly or any of the plats rapides like steak frites or duck confit served with a veal and thyme jus. Côte Brasserie also offers fabulous French desserts – the praline crêpe is simply out of this world. Reserve ahead of time to get your table at this Muswell Hill dining destination.
Food excellent and the ambiance warm and friendly. Cote dealt positively with the requests for some changes to the dishes ordered. Also well done for offering to bring the junior main at the time of the adults starters.
fantastic food at a reasonable price delivered by Anna who was a chatty and efficient young lady. A bit loud because on Saturday night there wasn't an empty table in sight but not a long wait for food.
The food is delicious but deserts don't worth £6. We had a lemon tart and pastry with apple. Pastry in both was burnt and dry. Lemon tart was was so much lemony we couldn't eat it. Fish stew was fantastic! Haddock with lentil was perfect.