“Expect classic French regional dishes such as steak frites”
– Good Food GuideIn the heart of Norwich there are plenty of options for a meal out, but few come close to Côte Brasserie in terms of that warm fuzzy feeling upon the last forkful of food. This is a French restaurant well-loved up and down the UK for being a casual spot to enjoy classics from Paris and beyond. You can find Côte Brasserie on Exchange Street, right amongst all the action that Norwich that has to offer, and it’s a light and airy space perfect for a pop in at any time of day, not least because of the all-day French menu on offer.
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Helpful team while booking. Friendly welcome when we arrived and efficient service. All of us enjoyed our well prepared and attractive meal. A big thank you to everone.
We had a great evening in cote brasserie , the food was of very high standard, the staff were very friendly and helpful nothing was to much for them . Thank you for a great evening .
Once hard to come by in the UK, French cuisine is quickly becoming some of the most popular food out there, largely thanks to Côte Brasserie. This charming group of restaurants – now one of the biggest in all the land – has made utterly delicious and affordable French food a reality for folks and foodies everywhere. And it hasn’t happened by accident. Côte Brasserie oozes quality and style and this restaurant in the heart of Norwich is no exception. Found on Exchange Street, not far from a host of theatres, museums, galleries and shops, Côte is an essential addition to any trip to the city centre.
All of Côte Brasserie’s menus, whatever time of day, are packed full of fresh produce and attention to detail that you simply don’t get at other chains of a similar size. If stopping by Exchange Street for lunch or dinner then consider starting with a warm beetroot salad or fresh tuna carpaccio. Following that, opt for a light fill in the way of creamy butternut squash risotto, or a more substantial dish like the fish parmentier, topped with fluffy mash and plenty of Gruyere. You don’t want to miss out, so best to reserve at Côte Brasserie of Norwich a little ahead of time.