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 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.
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Super meeting place. Good service and great menu of the day. The bill was great too, very reasonable for Notting Hill Thoroughly recommend.
Delicious charcuterie plate. Fabulous roast chicken plus mushroom sauce. Coffee. What more can a gourmet want? Never tired of this place
Delicious charcuterie plate plus wonderful sirloin and green beans. Cafe noisette.
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.