10 Restaurants in Reading: French

Book a table at one of Reading's classy French restaurants

Add a slice of Parisian cuisine to your gastronomic routine by checking out Quandoo's collection of French restaurants in Reading. The area is full of exciting Gallic eating options, where you can tuck into classic dishes cooked to tried and tested recipes, or explore what the new generation of chefs are making of France's great food culture. It's an ever-changing scene, and Reading's French restaurants constantly cook up culinary surprises, so book your place today.

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Côte Reading

Town Centre
French££££
5.4/6831
Côte Reading

Côte London Bridge - Hay's Galleria

London Bridge
French££££
5.1/61479
Côte London Bridge - Hay's Galleria

Côte Marlow

Bisham
French££££
5.1/6963
Côte Marlow
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Côte St Paul's

St Paul's
French££££
5.1/6719
Côte St Paul's

Côte St Albans

Town centre
French££££
5.1/6957
Côte St Albans

Côte Cheltenham

Montpellier
French££££
5.3/61501
Côte Cheltenham

Côte St Katharine's Docks

St Katherines Dock
French££££
5.1/6631
Côte St Katharine's Docks

Côte Teddington

Teddington
French££££
5.3/6674
Côte Teddington

Côte Windsor

Centre
French££££
5.1/62640
Côte Windsor

Côte Woking

Woking
French££££
5.3/61032
Côte Woking
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    You'll find plenty of classic French dishes at Reading's French restaurants

    If you're after classic versions of traditional French cuisine, restaurants in Reading won't let you down. A quick glance at the menus of local favourites like the Côte Brasserie in the town centre will show that, when it comes to recreating authentic haute cuisine, Reading's French restaurants have no shortage of a certain je ne sais quoi. In fact, their steak frites, duck cassoulet, and beef bourguignon are always pulled off perfectly, adding the meticulous touch of skilled chefs to locally-sourced, high-quality ingredients. So, when you want archetypal French food, restaurants in Reading can certainly make it happen.
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    Some French restaurants around Reading bring new ideas to the table

    But it's not only about showcasing the glories of France's food heritage at French restaurants in the Reading area. For example, you only need to take a very quick drive to Bray to find the Riverside Brasserie - and it's array of gourmet dishes. Everything has an original flourish, there, whether it's the fig chutney served with their chicken liver parfait or the braised red cabbage and red wine jus that adorn their roasted duck. Places like that offer an intoxicating blend of old and new, but always bring the finest aspects of France's cuisine to the table.
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    Expect great things from Reading's French restaurants

    Whichever French restaurants near Reading catch your eye, you can expect an exemplary all-round dining experience. After all, that's the Gallic way. Dining isn't just a matter of fine food – it's about wine, service and a sophisticated setting. And, above all, it's about socialising. The brasseries of Berkshire and the surrounding region are great social spaces, with roomy, brightly lit dining areas, carefully selected wine lists, and a profusion of starters, mains, and devilish desserts. All of which adds up to a wonderful collection of places where one can spend a lunch or dinner.