About Côte Oxford Circus - Market Place
About the restaurant
“The authenticity of the food has been augmented by the simplicity of the design … The anchovy pissaladiere, the warm flat bread from Nice were nice and crisp and pungent, the duck, chicken, pork liver terrine was full of flavour … the lamb succulent”
– Nicholas Lander, Financial TimesWhen in London it’s hard not to notice Côte Brasserie as the family of French restaurants most dear to people’s hearts. Offering unpretentious French cuisine in the city’s most sought-after dining destinations, Côte Brasserie has built an empire by offering food that’s relatable, delicious and positively French with fantastic service to match. This one is right in the heart of London’s West End at Fitzrovia and Market Place, just off Great Portland Street. Côte Brasserie is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so reserve a table and see for yourself the many reasons for all the Côte love.
Côte Brasserie, Côte Brasserie, Côte Brasserie. Those are your three best options if you find yourself in search of affordable French food in London. You need look no further than this family of French restaurants, now established as one of the most beloved in the UK and certainly the most popular in London. And not by accident, either. The whole Côte operation oozes elegance and attention to detail, and there’s no better example of this than at this Côte Brasserie in the heart of the West End, nestled on Great Portland Street at Fitzrovia and Market Place.
Surrounded by shops, galleries, and theatres, Côte Brasserie at Fitzrovia is an ideal pitstop whatever time of day. Begin your day with the fine breakfast menu, refuel with expertly-made coffees, or choose from the a la carte at lunch or dinner. Opt for a light fill in the way of chicken and walnut salad with avocado and French beans, salmon fishcakes or butternut squash risotto, then move onto a classic French beef bourguignon, duck confit with braised red cabbage, or Spinach and Mushroom Crêpes – an undeniable French favourite. Love Côte Brasserie as much as the rest of London and reserve a table at the West End’s Fitzrovia restaurant.