“Expect classic French regional dishes such as steak frites”
– Good Food GuideThe Oracle Centre is the place to be in Reading if you’re hungry. Right on The Riverside, few other places in the city centre have as high a concentration of restaurants. But, we’re here to let you know that none apart from Côte Brasserie need even be considered. Why? Because this French restaurant gets every simple aspect of dining out absolutely right, and the result is a meal and experience that your stomach, your guests and your bank account will thank you for. We love Côte Brasserie, but so does the rest of Reading – so reserve a table now.
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Great food and efficient friendly service. The October specials of fig and endive salad and the pan fried haddock were delicious . The lemon tart was yummy too. I will definitely be visiting again .
Friendly staff, excellent food and service provided in Covid-19 safe environment. Would thoroughly recommend.
Lovely meal and great service as always vJ looked after us really well
What makes a great restaurant? That, we think, is a combination of many things, and these many things you’ll find at Côte Brasserie in the heart of Reading. Start with an appealing space which this French restaurant on The Riverside amongst the buzz of The Oracle Centre absolutely is. It’s spacious yet cosy, and it’s typically French. Then add in a dedication to service that’s refreshing to see and a delight to receive. After that, atmosphere? Check. A sense of the restaurant knowing what it’s about? Check. Then, of course, splendid food prepared with high quality ingredients? Yes, check, yes.
Côte Brasserie Reading champions modern, relaxed, all-day French dining, hence quality menus are present around the clock from Breakfast right through until dinner. Dishes are often traditionally French, but that’s not to say you won’t find some that are a little more region-specific. Think French toast or a simple pain aux raisin with coffee for breakfast, chicken and walnut salad for a light lunch, or roast duck breast, rump of lamb or Breton fish stew in the evening. Any or all of these can be complemented nicely by a quality cup of coffee or glass of wine. In fact, you may find yourself sitting on The Riverside feeling like you’re by the Seine.