About Côte Sloane Square
More about the restaurant: Côte Sloane Square
Very few restaurants have the same ability as Côte Brasserie to establish themselves in consistently premium locations and offer genuinely affordable food, yet never look out of place. This, believe us, is not easy, but it certainly goes to show the calibre of Côte Brasserie as the most loved family of French restaurants in the UK. This particular Côte is in perhaps the most premium location of them all, sitting pretty on London’s Sloane Square – right on the boundaries of Knightsbridge, Belgravia and Belgravia – and offering all-day French dining that we simply just love. The food is varied, always fresh and always prepared with care.
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Sloane Square. Côte Brasserie. French food. It’s all happening in London and we’re excited. Côte Brasserie, we’re sure you’re aware, is a name known across the UK and this great capital for casual, accessible French dining that still makes guests feel as though they’re dining in a restaurant far further up the price ladder. Whilst the food at this Sloane Square restaurant is of top quality and the surroundings are elegant, the team manage to make the whole experience feel tailored to you. Côte Brasserie in Belgravia is proof that a restaurant does not have to be independent to make you feel special.
All-day dining is the way at Côte Brasserie, hence this London restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Whatever time of day there are traditional French classics as well region-specific dishes that will keep your buds in a pleasant state of anticipation, so begin your day perhaps with a complete French breakfast or croque monsieur or madame. For a light lunch, why not try salmon fishcakes with a baby spinach salad? Or for dinner, a classic beef Bourguignon or roasted belly of pork. A short walk from Sloane Square tube station in Belgravia, there’s little not to love about Côte.