Service was welcoming and professional… interesting, well-made, fair-priced French dishes that any modern bistro in France would be proud of – Guy Diamond, Time Out.
When in London, visiting the theatre is an absolute must, thus finding the perfect place for a pre-theatre meal is essential. Côte Brasserie Soho along Wardour Street offers French brasserie flavour and is, by all accounts, a high quality dining experience. Close to numerous tube stations, Côte Brasserie Soho is the perfect spot to relax and indulge before your show, or simply during an explore of this wonderful part of the capital. Whether for breakfast, lunch or dinner, this Parisian-style bistro has something for everyone – just be sure to book ahead so you don’t miss out.
Côte Brasserie is elegant yet relaxed – a French restaurant that offers a perfect pre-theatre menu so you can dine in style before catching your matinee or evening show. We recommend selecting the three course option for a sublime range of choices. A winning combination is to begin with the leek vinaigrette made with free range eggs, sourdough croutons and chervil, before moving on the wonderfully traditional coq au vin prepared with corn-fed French chicken leg slowly braised in red wine with bacon lardons, chestnut mushrooms and potato purée. Round off your evening by indulging in crumble aux pommes – an apple compote with Normandy butter crumble and vanilla ice cream.
With a commitment to sourcing high quality produce and delivering exceptional service, it’s hard to look past Côte Brasserie Soho as the go to. It is, after all, a name synonymous with tasty French cuisine throughout London and the rest of the UK. This Soho favourite is the perfect spot to have a night out with friends enjoying the vibrant atmosphere of London’s entertainment district and you can find it located on Wardour Street. Go and see what we’re making such a song and dance about.
Great As always. Tasty food, pleasantly served in a nice environment
Excellent service from most helpful and entertaining waiters! Food was extremely good too! Tasty cod on a bed of yummy ratatouille; scrumptious mushroom risotto with goats’ cheese; and delicious breaded chicken. All three of us were delighted with the experience and happily drank our complementary kirs - as a result of our theatre trip to The Gielgud Theatre.
As always the staff and environment was good,and the quality of food what we were expecting