About Côte St Christopher's Place
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“Dedication to service, quality of ingredients and sound cooking”
– Marina O’Laughlin, London MetroCôte Brasserie is changing the face of French cuisine in the United Kingdom. Here there is a commitment to creating delicious and elegant dishes, sourcing high quality produce – from Heredfordshire asparagus to Charentais melons from the famous Rungis markets in Paris – and providing guests with the highest calibre of service possible. All this has granted Côte Brasserie success and popularity since their beginnings in 2007, and this branch along St Christopher’s Place in the affluent district of Marylebone in the heart of London is very much a go-to spot for high quality yet affordable French cuisine. It’s not to be missed.
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Côte Brasserie at St Christopher’s Place has created a quintessential French atmosphere with a cosy and elegant space for guests to dine in style. Situated in the heart of London and offering delightful street-front terrace dining, Côte Brasserie St Christopher’s Place is open from breakfast through to dinner seven nights per week, offering a seasonal and creative menu with something for everyone. London is the epitome of gastronomic delights and Côte Brasserie is one such French delight focused on good quality food and the overall experience of its valued guests. This Marylebone treasure can be found just off Oxford Street and is an ideal spot to head to after spending the day or late evening wandering the streets of inner-city London.
Step in for breakfast and sample the crêpe complète prepared with two free-range eggs, bacon and shaved gruyère cheese, then perhaps a breakfast bloody mary if you’re feeling game. In the evening why not indulge in the poulet breton? A gorgeous chicken dish with wild mushroom sauce, crème fraîche and thyme. It is also advisable to leave room for a true Côte speciality in the way of crème caramel – a truly heavenly experience.