Here we have the coming together of one of the most famous parts of London and one of the most famous restaurants in the UK. Yes, it can only be Côte Brasserie Notting Hill. This is a sublime French restaurant specialising in high quality, affordable French cuisine served all day long. Here on Westbourne Grove you’ll find a dedication to service and a little dose of elegance that we’re sure will leave a smile on your face. Côte Brasserie doesn’t shout from the London rooftops, instead it does the simple things well and the result is a truly memorable dining experience.
Côte Brasserie is quietly brilliant. This family of French restaurants is wildly popular for more than a few good reasons, one of the main ones being its humble accessibility. Set on Westbourne Grove, this Côte in Notting Hill is small but full of love, decked out with charming French-style decor in the way of dark woods and ambient lighting. Then, of course, the trademark striped Côte awnings out front. This simple style is reflected in the menus as well, where you can expect thoughtfulness and creativity.
Breakfast is served at Côte Brasserie Notting Hill from 8am during the week and 9am at weekends, but later in the day on weekdays there is a fine lunch and early evening menu that makes for astonishing value. Enjoy two courses of quality French food for £10.95, or three courses for £12.95. The a la carte menu combines classic flavours of the French kitchen with some region-specific dishes, too, so expect French onion soup, chicken liver parfait, tuna Niçoise and salmon fish cakes. For a heavier fill try Steak frites or some glorious confit duck. You’re going to love Côte Brasserie as much as the rest of London.
I am never disappointed with Cote, it is always pleasant with great food and wine! I always recommend your restaurants to my visitors from aboard!
The table was ready when we arrived the staff were very attentive and friendly and the food was its usual good quality. Well done to everyone.
prompt attention, friendly service, food was excellent, didn't feel rushed although busy Sunday lunchtime, it's a shame we don't lunch in Notting Hill more often.
Charms and very helpful staff. Had the pre theatre menu which had lots of choices. I ate the smoked salmon tartine followed by the Jerusalem artichoke risotto and finished with the apple crumble and ice cream. I would definitely go back there m
The food was good, the service had several errors. For drinks, we ordered a large bottle of Badoit and a glass of Muscadet. The Waiter bought a glass of red wine and a bottle of Perrier, these were rejected. For the starter, my partner order the Mussels, a finger bowl was not provided. An additional spoon to help with the liquor and an additional napkin would have made the service good. We also ordered Bread with our starter and this did not arrive. I had the Soupe de Poisson which was very good. Our Main courses and desserts were very good. The waiter tried to clear our plates from the main course while we were still chewing our food, another few minutes to allows us to finish would have been good. When we asked for the bill, the Bread was listed on the bill so we asked for the Bread to be removed and this was done by the waiter.
Exceptionally good service. All the staff were extremely efficient, helpful, polite and very professional. We were a party of seven, so potentially a little demanding, but we were treated wonderfully. The service was excellent, we were not left waiting for anything. We were celebrating an 89th Birthday & our guest was presented with a wonderful decorated Birthday dessert, accompanied with a rendition of Happy Birthday. We all had a great time, an excellent meal with excellent service. Thank you.
Unfortunately , there was a misunderstanding from the min we arrived. We were in a rush as we had to get to the theater that evening. The wrong order turned up and so my friend had to leave without her food. She could not wait any longer. We waited for 25 min for our food also but it never arrived.When i asked where our food was, the waiter said that we never ordered, that the other waitress only took my friend's order! Very odd indeed. I had traveled quite a distance for this evening meal , so i was not going to go home on an empty stomach. When the food came, I must say it was worth the wait. The waitress was very apoligecate and did not charge us a penny.I often go to Cote, I love everything about it, I think it must have been one of those misunderstandings. Excellent even though of the confusion.
We had a very enjoyable evening last night. I asked for a quiet part of the restaurant, and this was happily accommodated. Unlike many restaurants, this branch of Cote has plenty of space between tables and doesn't have loud music. It is happy and relaxed. Our food was very good. Two bottles of sparkling wine were very good and not overpriced, either! I did order bread and olives, but we ran out of bread, and I thought it a bit excessive to charge us again for a top-up! Service very pleasant. Will come again.
Excellent service on arrival and throughout. Delicious free red wine! Steak Tartare right up to top standard and breast of duck beautifully presented and cooked with delicious gravy. And you can never go wrong to finish with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce ( barely enough chocolate sauce ! ) No butter arrived with the toast for the steak tartare but it was brought instantly when asked for. Overall 6 out of 6.
Our first visit to this branch of Côte - we have been to 11 others - and it kept up to the high standards that we have come to expect of Côte. Service was a bit slow when we arrived but then we were a bit earlier than our booked time of 6pm. But thereafter the staff ensured that we had a wonderful time with our guests from Australia.