Inspired by Parisian restaurants and a true champion of all-day French dining, Côte Brasserie is what eating out is all about. As you may already know, the Côte family of brasseries and bistros is quite extensive and spans the length of the UK, but this, the Newcastle brasserie, is the first to grace the Northeast. You’ll find it on Grainger Street around Princess Square where French menus that are laced with genuine quality and classics of the French kitchen await. Then, once you’ve added an exquisite, personalised service, it becomes extremely clear why Côte is very often the go-to for a casual meal out.
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Wonderful meal and staff. Food tasty and well presented. Main course prices good.
Attenuative staff who are not over powering, lovely night, couldn't have been look after better ... well worth a visit
Very nice staff, and nice quiet, tranquil atmosphere. Given one or two dishes weren't available (impending lockdown), a couple of others were swapped around to offer a very nice duck confit for my Mam, and the usual steak & frites for me. The praline crepe for pudding got a 10/10 from my Mam as well. Looking forward to the reopening and some brunch in December whilst we hopefully watch the xmas shoppers go by.
At Côte Brasserie, all-day dining really means all-day dining, hence this new restaurant in Newcastle – just like its brothers and sisters up and down the UK – offers unique French menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as tailored gluten-free, vegetarian, children’s and set menus. Be assured that anything you order off of any of these menus will be freshly cooked to order and prepared using local ingredients from trusted suppliers. That is, quite simply the Côte way, and with a number of prime locations across the country, this one is in the heart of Newcastle’s Princess Square on Grainger Street.
As we said, whenever you visit Côte Newcastle you can be assured of a great meal, but it’s the a la carte menu where French authenticity and its renowned quality really shines through. Get the ball rolling with a steak tartare or an indulgent chicken liver parfait, both of which pave the way fittingly for a light main of goats cheese salad or tuna niçoise. Should you be feeling a little more hungry, however, the main courses of roasted pork belly, Breton fish stew or roast duck breast will certainly fill the void in the very best kind of way. So if you’re planning a visit or a shopping trip around Princess Square, a reservation in at Côte Brasserie is absolutely essential.