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Cote Brighton

French inspired brasserie – Côte Restaurant in Brighton

Cote Brighton is part of a large chain of restaurants inspired by the brasseries of Paris. It is located in a high traffic area of Brighton situated at the entrance to the North Laine area. Other restaurants in Brighton nearby include Tinto Taperia for Spanish Tapas, The Chilli Pickle for Indian cuisine and Al Duomo for stunning Italian restaurant fare.  If you would like a pre or post dinner drink when visiting this area too, we recommend a jewel in the cocktail bars Brighton repertoire in the super impressive Bar Valentino. 

Cote Brighton is all about relaxed all-day dining with authentic French classics made from quality and fresh ingredients. It’s a go-to favourite for many residents and visitors alike, for its consistent quality, set menu offers and central location opposite Brighton’s Corn Exchange and Brighton Dome.

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Cote Brighton – The menu

Côte’s food is all cooked to order therefore you receive the best quality with every visit. You’ll find French brasserie favourites such as moules marinières and tuna Niçoise or for dessert crème brûlée among many other sweet delights. Their specials changes monthly so there’s always something new to try, including gems like whole grilled lobster or scallops. There’s much knowledge shown on their wine menu, featuring reasonably priced varieties across France.

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Alfresco dining at Cote Restaurant in Brighton

Cote Brighton boasts a fantastic outdoor terrace to enjoy your meal on a sunny day. You can eat at anytime of day whether it’s breakfast, lunch or an evening meal. There’s plenty to choose from and children are always welcome. With it’s location being a stones throw away from the Theatre Royal, Brighton Dome, Komedia and many other venues, it’s the perfect spot for you to go for a pre-theatre meal!

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  1. malcolm

    Wife was in the mood for some French cuisine so we head down to Cote. We all went for the French onion soup, which is the best I have ever tasted. They have a large selection of gluten free options (own menu). My wife had the mussels and I had the one minute pan fried steak, which we both commented on how good the food was cooked and tasted. The kids enjoyed their meals from the kids menu also. My wife didn’t enjoy her glass of wine and they changed it straight away and removed the cost of the bill and replaced it with another one my wife chose. The cream caramel was delicious and would recommend you choose this to finish your meal off (so good). It’s not a cheap restaurant but we all came out happy with want we had to eat and drink and can’t wait to return.

  2. Smiler Waters

    Worst meal I’ve ever had service charge above extortionate proper crap restaurant food below average even poor

  3. Catherine Bibby

    We go for breakfast Saturday and Sunday without fail to Cote Brighton every weekend. But we got turned away during Gay Pride Weekend because we had not “booked” for breakfast, even though the restaurant had just opened and the tables were empty. Very disappointed in Cote Brighton.

  4. Andy Hopewell

    Always rely on Cote for atmosphere, value and good food

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