The sleek Cote Brasserie sits by the brutalist in style Barbican estate giving quick, easy access to both the Barbican Centre and the Museum of London. Making it the ideal location for a meal prior to or following a trip around the London Wall. However, despite it’s sleek and modernist exterior. The interior of Cote Brasserie is suave and classy, beautifully lit, with wood backed chairs and the smell of french cuisine in the air.
Cote Brasserie Barbican brings traditional french cuisine to an area known for its postmodern architecture, bringing with it vintage recipes such as beef bourguignon and breton fish stew, contrasting the area known for its futuristic design with the warm feeling of a welcome classic. However Cote does not solely rely on heavy, filling dishes, but provides a plethora of lighter courses that still encapture the French spirit including salmon ratatouille that evoke the same sense of homeliness and familiarity.
Cote Brasserie Barbican also offers a children’s menu, giving little one’s a taste of Paris or Leon on a smaller scale. With Cote Brasserie signature dishes such as chicken breton being available for even the youngest of foodies.
Cote also offers a wide selection of alcohol to compliment the dishes, whether it be an extravagant bottle of Bollinger or Rose to enjoy over a celebration, or perhaps a lighter bottle of Meteor Beer with old friends. All can be enjoyed at Cote Brasserie Barbican, as a restaurant for both high-profile occasions as well as more casual meetings.
Cote Brasserie Barbican embodies the true french spirit, bringing along with it a level of tradition in its courses that embody the very essence of the country. Contrasting the area of Barbican nicely, it offers a wide range of meals for both casual and professional meetings, adults and children.