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Côte Brasserie at Royal Festival Hall London is the go-to for quality, well-priced and delicious French cuisine. One of the newest restaurants to join the Côte Brasserie family, this Southbank space is ideal for, well, almost any occasion. Whether you’re in for a pre-theatre menu before a show at Royal Festival Hall or just dining with your nearest and dearest, Côte will not disappoint. On Belvedere Road and with all of the quintessential Côte style you know and love, Côte Brasserie at Royal Festival Hall has everyone from fully fledged Francophiles to stock-standard foodies more than covered. As you would expect, reservations are essential to avoid disappointment.
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Royal Festival Hall is smack bang in the heart of London. Located in Southbank, a stone’s throw from Waterloo Underground and just across the bridge from Embankment, this iconic venue plays host to some of the best performances and events in the city. So it comes as no surprise, then, that a restaurant as iconic as Côte Brasserie should open up within it. Côte Brasserie is one of the best restaurants we know of for quality yet affordable French cuisine, and with restaurants peppered across the UK it’s unbeatable when it comes to atmosphere and service.
So, what can you expect from the menu at Côte Brasserie Royal Festival Hall London? If you’re dining from the a la carte menu, we recommend kicking things off with the prawn gratinée of king prawns cooked in a white wine, garlic, chilli and tomato sauce, or the classic steak tartare mixed with shallots, capers, cornichons, egg yolk and cognac. Then, follow with the roast pork belly served with potato gratin and braised Savoy cabbage, moules frites cooked with white wine, garlic, shallots and fresh cream or the traditional beef bourguignon with potato and chive purée, bacon lardons and chestnut mushrooms. No matter your preference, Côte Brasserie Royal Festival Hall will leave seem a French fare heaven. Reserve a table, head to Southwark’s Belvedere Road and enjoy.