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There are Francophiles behind this nationwide French brasserie group – that much is obvious. Every last detail, from the rattan terrace furniture and patterned tile floors to the bentwood chairs and mirrored walls, has been borrowed from across the Channel. But Côte isn’t backward-looking; it’s a modern interpretation of a classic concept that’s designed to suit the British market. It also ticks off all the classics when it comes to food and wine: you can always find steak-frites, moules marinière and crème caramel here, as well as the bottles of Chinon, Picpoul and even Orangina you might want to quaff with them. ‘Plat rapides’ such as hachis parmentier or poulet grillée, plus fortnightly changing specials including duck confit are useful additions to the carte, as is the ‘formule’ breakfast of full English, juice and coffee. A solid high-street presence.
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30 September 2015
Prior to "tip-gate" we found ourselves once again in the unfamiliar environs of Marylebone (another failed attempt to see 7 Brides for 7 Brothers at Regent's Park.....or perhaps I should say, 1 Bride for 1 Brother as that was all we got thanks to the rain!) but rather than revisit the library that was the local Carluccio's, we thought we'd give Cote a go instead. A busy and buzzy venue serving Cote's always excellent Poulet Breton - I wish I could venture further into the menu but as I rarely have chicken when dining out, it seems a shame to waste the opportunity to eat chicken that actually tastes of......well, chicken! Service was swift and efficient and whilst we had a limited time frame in which to eat, we did not feel rushed or hurried in any way. A good start to an otherwise disappointing evening.
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