For hearty French dishes cooked with love and served in a relaxed yet stylish setting, Côte Brasserie is the place to go. Located on St Katharine’s Way, Côte Brasserie’s St Katharine Docks restaurant encompasses all the warmth and quality that this family of restaurants is known for. With a central London location this restaurant is perfect for a number of different occasions, whether that be a working lunch, a bite to eat after a spot of sightseeing, or for an evening out with friends enjoying French brasserie favourites and a glass or two of great wine. Book a table now!
Nestled on St Katharine’s Way by the banks of the Thames, pay a visit to Côte Brasserie and feel as though you’re sat by the Seine. This French restaurant brings the flavours and feel of France to central London with a casual yet refined atmosphere and menu of authentic French cuisine. There’s everything from an early French breakfast (two scrambled eggs with boudin noir, bacon and a field mushroom on toasted brioche) to light lunches, main course meals, and, of course, an array of decadent French desserts.
We recommend starting by sampling the charcuterie board or the steak tartare, before moving on to a light main like the chicken and walnut salad. For something larger, the traditional beef Bourguignon is always a win, as is the half chargrilled Breton chicken served with fries and your choice of sauce, or the pan-fried haddock wrapped in smoky French bacon with braised puy lentils and wilted baby spinach, dill and beurre blanc. Whatever you choose, we’re sure you’ll be more than happy with your choice, so make a reservation at Côte Brasserie at St Katharine Docks now for a French dining experience in the heart of London.
The Staff were very friendly. The food was delicious. The restaurant is situated in nice location by the docks. The set menu is good value. I’d eat there again.
Great service and excellent food and wine. Asked for table next to window to see the marina which was a touch. Will definitely be back!
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Excellent gluten free menu available with grand choice. Great marina views. Friendly service. Would return again. Good value for money too. Am booked Cote in St Martin’s Lane next.
We held our office Christmas lunch at Cote and we thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon! Some of the guests had problems with travel and client comitments so had to cancel at short notice, Marta was extremely accomodating and helped to ensure the restaurant kept track of who would be attending. Despite some cancellations being made at extremely short notice, staff were kind enough to not include their meal costs in our bill. Mael and Ludovic were our waiters and both took great care of all of the guests, making helpful wine suggestions and taking care of our every need! The atmosphere was fantastic, although louder than usual due to it being christmas party season! The food was absolutely exquisite, as I have found is always the case when visiting Cote! There is also a beautiful view across St Katherine Docks. I cannot recommend this restaurant enough!
The restaurant is in a lovely setting on St Katherine's Dock. We arrive slightly early, but that wasn't a problem. After we got drinks, which seemed to take a little while, service was very quick. We were asked by several staff about ordering and we had to say to them all we just wanted to have a glass of wine first before thinking about food. When we ordered, main course came up while we were still eating our starters. In fact, we'd barely taken a couple of mouthfuls. We had to send it back. Once we'd (almost) finished our starters they came and cleared our plates and wanted to serve main course again. I STILL had a mouthful and I still had another mouthful to go on my fork in my hand. Of course, the answer was NO! They eventually gave us about 10 mins which was good and the food was hot when it was bought out. We had a nice evening but it would have been nicer if the staff didn't want to get us out of the door in 45 mins flat. After all, they were not really busy and had spare tables while we were dining.
Enjoyed my birthday meal with bottle of wine (thank you very much for that). We found the tables too cramped and close to each other in the main restaurant, so asked to sit on covered terrace at the front which was a bit warm as we were under the heater, but fine. Our only complaint is that we do not appreciate the fact that you increase the bill with the service charge without even giving us the option to pay it or not. We like to decide whether we want to leave a tip or not. Yes, we could have looked at the receipt more closely and then decide, but we should not have to be put in the embarrassing position of having to discuse this with waitress.
I booked a table for my girlfriends Birthday, we just wanted a simple night out with nice food. Having been a Cote fan for a good few years we stopped going about 8 months ago as we kept being let down (Steaks overcooked, poor service, cold fries, wrong dishes served) to name a few........Visiting London from Winchester i thought we should give you guys another chance. Unfortunately we were let down once again. The starters (Prawns in Tomato and Chilli and Calamari) to be fair were OK. Although the Calamari was overcooked and chewy. The mains (two Fillet steaks both Rare) Both were cold in the middle, the peppercorn sauce didn't have any peppercorns in it and was very bland, not peppery at all. My girlfriends Fillet Steak was from the Chateau end and had not been trimmed, she could barely eat a third of it, so left it on the plate. This rather ruined her Birthday evening. both of us are in the industry and really find it a shame that something as simple as a steak can be so unimpressive. When a check back was made ( when i had virtually finished my main) My girlfriend explained about the steak, she was offered another, but by this time i had finished and she had, had enough! The bill was presented and the girlfriends steak was removed from the bill. No discussion or apology was made. Unfortunately, as we have lost all hope with dining at your establishments i think we will not be dining at a Cote Brasserie again. Which i find a huge shame as when you do get it right, its great. Regards, Mr Chris Baker.
This place has a great location with a view over the dock; there is nice outdoor seating area for fine weather. There's the usual Côte menu, with some good value set meals for lunch and early supper. Our French inion soup was copious and tasty, so too was a starter of pear, endive, Stilton and walnut. Salmon fish cakes were good and came with a small salad on the side. Smoked haddock parmentier was a bit on the salty side, but otherwise fine. The wine of the day was a very acceptable French dry white. Service was friendly and efficient. Will definitely come back when next in the area.
I am a regular of St. Katt's Cote. The food is consistently good and the staff charming. I booked for 7 ladies last Tuesday night. The restaurant was absolutely chocker block with some other groups and unfortunately it was hard to chat due to the noise level. I am not sure what they can do about it. The sign of a successful restaurant I suppose but for this reason I cannot give it full marks and might, depending on the occasion, look at other venues in future. The food was exceptionally well cooked bearing in mind how busy they were and the bill very reasonable.