A type of French restaurant with a relaxed setting, which serves single dishes and other meals.Tucked away in Milsom Place in the centre of the picturesque city of Bath, you’ll find Côte Brasserie. Nestled in among the historic sandstone buildings and down an almost secret passageway, Côte Brasserie Bath are connoisseurs of French cuisine. A short distance from the famous Roman and thermal baths, this French brasserie has made a name for itself for offering affordable and relaxed, all-day dining without sacrificing the quality of food or the service they offer. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Côte Brasserie Bath is a quaint two storey bistro that offers something to satisfy anyone, but be sure to book in advance so you don’t miss out.
A short stroll from Bath’s spectacular Roman and thermal baths, lies the charming Côte Brasserie. French specialists, the team at this Milsom Place locale have created a dining experience that is reminiscent of French bistros in Paris. Offering all-day dining and a menu that ensures only high quality and seasonal ingredients are sourced and used, Côte Brasserie Bath is the perfect place to relax and indulge after spending the day exploring all this historic city has to offer. The wonderful team at Côte Brasserie pride themselves on being committed to serving only the best, while remaining affordable and accessible.
We recommend starting with the chicken liver pate with toasted brioche and spiced apple chutney, and then for the main event sampling their famous poulet Breton chicken reared in the heart of rural Brittany in the west of France, served with frites and choice of sauce – we recommend the provençale sauce, a blend of cherry tomato, basil, garlic, caramelised onions and black olives.
Be sure to book in advance because this très magnifique brasserie is fast becoming the go-to restaurant for relaxed, yet elegant dining.
Lovely food enhanced by the free wine offer. I had the steak frites and my husband had a starter of the liver pate followed by chicken with dauphinois potatoes. It was all cooked very well and served by a friendly and attentive waitress. My husband then managed to eat a beautiful dessert - apple tart with ice-cream. We both went home very full and very happy.
We always find meals at any Cote excellent and Bath's is no exception. Last time was a lunch in November and this time an early Sunday night dinner. It was so early that we were almost the only people there - we had somewhere to get to afterwards - so it's difficult to comment on atmosphere, but the whole place is nicely designed and laid out.
Arrived on a warm sunny day to have a super lunch with excellent service in a bright and airy restaurant. The food was great, ample portions and served on hot plates. The mussels in a cream and cider sauce, the onion soup and the calamari were cooked to perfection. The mains of roast pork belly and ribeye steak were also superb. We will return.