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.
We use Cotes in Clifton Village quite regularly, this was our first time in Bath unfortunately we were not impressed with the premises it felt like all the tables were on top of each other with little room to move. There were 4 of us dining with 2 of us having the same chicken meal which was very dry and difficult to eat, I complained and to give the manageress credit we were offered a replacement free of charge, a big thank you for that! Sadly though we probably would not go back to the Bath premises but continue to visit Cotes in Clifton!!
Good food and ambiance, somewhat tarnished by ghastly woman at next table who had a voice like a foghorn to the point that we had to raise our voices to speak to each other. Nobody's fault, though: what could your staff do? Gags not available on à la carte menu, I guess! Food as excellent as ever, and staff attentive and friendly
A really lovely experience as always but we had a couple of problems with our food (my Breton fish stew was very very greasy and my mum's seafood spaghetti was hard and stuck together in places) - turns out they had a new chef and it was his first day! No excuse really but the service and atmosphere was great so we didn't let it spoil our visit too much. Disappointing but we will be back :-)