Cote Brighton is part of the ever growing and popular Cote chain winner of the best value restaurant in Britain by Good Food Guide.
Located in the Old Music Library, the room is sensational and well decorated, it is just opposite the Brighton Dome.
The venue is very popular and on my last visit was full at 2pm which is always a good sign. The food on every visit (and I have been here at least half a dozen times) is of good quality and great value for money and the service is prompt and friendly. The menu at £9.95 is excellent value for two courses at lunch time.
|Cote Brighton main dinner room|
On my last visit I had moules marinières like most of the best Brighton seafood restaurants they were very fresh - thank you to the local fishmarket. The mussels, crispy calamari or the deep fried whitebait are a must as a starter, they don't dissapoint you.
|Steak with french frites|
Then followed a very well cooked grilled Steak with garlic butter and with the best thin french frites. The steak with fries for me in the real star of the menu. For dessert I had Apple Pie with vanilla ice cream - delicious!
I have also had before a rich and creamy céme caramel and the chocolate pot with creme fraiche on the top is a simple little gem.
In the wine menu you can find good french wine at very good price, you can also try the Meteor beer from an independent french brewery, this french Lager is a light beer, very refreshing with a good taste.
There have been a few negative reviews on trip advisor but for me this is a great restaurant for an inexpensive meal, good service and always with good atmosphere.