Colbert Restaurant

Sloane Square

There’s no stopping Chris Corbin and Jeremy King at the moment.

With two of London’s hottest openings of recent times opening within the last year (The Delaunay in Aldwych and Brasserie Zedel in Soho) they are back again with Colbert on Sloane square.

Inspired by the great French pavement cafés, Colbert Restaurant is an informal, neighbourhood restaurant at the heart of Sloane Square.

Colbert opens early for breakfast and continues to serve food and drinks throughout the day until post-theatre.

The menu at Colbert Restaurant includes a large selection of Eggs (sur plat, brouillés, omelettes, Eggs Royale/Benedict and Florentine) and Croques (including Monsieur, Madame, and also Grand Monsieur, Croque New York, Croque Raclette and Croque Provençale).

The menu is full of other Parisian café stalwarts executed very well, such as Salade de Magret Fumé, Bayonne Ham with Celeriac Rémoulade, Steak Diane, Moules Marinière, and Cassoulet de Canard.

Colbert restaurant has seating for 118 with an additional 22 on the terrace and the interiors were designed by Shayne Brady of David Collins Studio.

Colbert Restaurant follows its sister restaurants in being wonderfully atmospheric with the buzz of regular, happy diners.

Address: Colbert Restaurant, 50-52 Sloane Square London SW1W 8AX

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