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... all the elegance, informality and buzz of a classic Parisian bistro”
– Good Food GuideIf you’re a connoisseur of French cuisine, it’s highly likely you’ve heard of the Côte Brasserie restaurant family – the leading choice when it comes to all-day Parisian dining. A Côte restaurant can transport you to the streets of Paris with exquisite dishes and wines, expertly prepared - and then paired – with love. If in London, a visit to Côte Bistro Kensington is an absolute must. Situated on Kensington Court – across from the beautiful Kensington Gardens and around the corner from the cultural precinct of Kensington High Street – this French bistro is a true delight to visit.
When in the mood for artisanal French jams and Guérande sea-salted butter served with traditional freshly baked croissants, look no further than Côte Bistro Kensington. Nestled along Kensington Court – a stone’s throw from the stunning Kensington Gardens – Côte Bistro Kensington makes for the perfect breakfast, lunch or dinner. This London restaurant serves up high quality and delicious French cuisine and we recommend the divine poulet grillé (chargrilled butterflied chicken breast with wild mushroom, crème fraîche and thyme sauce, served with gratin potato) that will leave you feeling all kinds of satisfied. Côte Bistro Kensington also offers rotating monthly specials to showcase alternative French specialities with creative twists.
Within walking distance from Kensington High Street tube station and the bustling shopping district, this London bistro offers the three most important elements when it comes to dining out – quality food, excellent service and a charming atmosphere. The team at Côte Bistro Kensington strive to provide their guests with a truly special experience, emphasising why Côte Brasserie has become a name synonymous with classic French dining among hungry folk up and down the United Kingdom. Reserve your table today to avoid missing out!
It was the first time I chose a different Cote to see if the meals taste the same like the ones near St Paul's. The service is really great, staffs are very friendly. The environment is pleasant. I tried the set menu. The soup is lovely. The seabrem is nice with vegetables underneath. I have to say the veggies were a bit salty. I have to drink lots water. Then we had coffee. I would say it's nice to eat in Cote and I will go back again.
I always enjoy going to Cote. Their menus are both innovative and delicious; wherever I am in London and wish to go to a restaurant, Cote is always my first choice. The service at Kensington is always exemplary; they always try to accommodate any diner’s wishes, and make any evening spent there a truly satisfying occasion. I would not hesitate to recommend Cote to anyone, and indeed have done so, on many occasions.
This was the 4th Cote I have visited in the last few months. Love the menu, love the prices, love the food and , by and large, the staff. BUT the service has been slow. Today at the Kensington Cote for a pre concert lunch all going well but slowly my guest had ordered a pudding and I paid to allow a fast exit. However 20 minute after ordering© the pudding it still had not arrived. We had to leave. I mentioned this to the lady manager who apologised profusely and generously refunded the cost of the pudding. However my guest is till mourning the lack of his pudding