A type of French restaurant with a relaxed setting, which serves single dishes and other meals.No Côte Brasserie restaurant or location is bad looking, but Côte Brasserie in Windsor is nothing short of beautiful. Set next to Windsor Bridge you’ll find no spot more relaxing or more tranquil to enjoy fantastic French food. What’s more, as is the way at Côte Brasserie, the food is of astounding value which, quite clearly, makes for a win-win dining experience. Ingredients are fresh and prepared with love, this, coupled with Côte’s dedication to service make a trip to this historic Eton location a must. This restaurant gets very busy so we recommend making a reservation.
Meander west along the River Thames for long enough and you’ll drift past the quaint and extremely pretty Côte Brasserie in Windsor. Should boating seem a little old school, however, then feel free to take the train as this French restaurant on High Street is a short bridge crossing away from Windsor & Eton Riverside train station. It’s also close to plenty of parks, scenic spots and, of course, Windsor Castle, meaning any trip out to Eton can be made even more splendid with the addition of an affordable French meal from Côte Brasserie.
Côte champions all-day dining meaning you can stop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner and regardless of time, you can expect traditional French favourites as well as dishes that are slightly more region-specific. We are particular fans of the weekday lunch and early evening menu that offers two courses for £10.95 or three courses for £12.95 – nowhere else in Eton, Windsor or even the UK will you French food of such quality for such a fair price. A few of many highlights from the a la carte include a warm beetroot salad, risotto vert, roast duck breast served pink with a creamy potato gratin, as well as classic steak frites.
We had a nice table, rapid and courteous service. Food far better than Cote Barnes and personal much more accommodating. Overpriced drinks as usual at Cote.
The food was excellent. 4people . Started with olives & bread then smoked salmon. Mains were steak and fish. Good dessert choices. Reasonable wine prices and a good selection. Service was excellent. Brilliant views of Windsor castle floodlit at night. A great place to go.
Cote has a considerable reputation for offering a consistently delicious gluten-free menu. Moreover, team Cote go out of their way to double-check ingredients any queried menu choices, & this brings confidence that all diners can relax to enjoy their very good food. Côte Windsor has a lovely location by the river & the restaurant is light & airy, with a relaxed loft-like vibe. No loud or irritating music, just the gentle murmur of conversation.