Colbert is an informal eatery inspired by French pavement cafes.
The menu includes moules marniniere, steak Diane and a large selection of eggs (from omelettes to Florentine) and croques (including monsieur, madame and more unusual varieties such as croque New York).
For those with a sweet tooth, there are breakfast patisseries, tartes, biscuits and ice cream. The wine list is exclusively French, with many wines available by the glass.
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50-52 Sloane SquareLondonSW1W 8AX
- +44 20 7730 2804
(Located in slone square) Nice location, the decor was average. The cappuccino was very good and the mocha was average. The service wasn't the best and the cheese omelette was very good. The egg Benedict was very sour and the lemon crepe was average..more
Had a nice family dinner here.
After a disaster dinner at Palm Court, Covent Garden last night, we decided to try our luck at this restaurant. We did not make a reservation, just turned up but surprised that the hostess said that there is table available for us ( 2 adults and a child). Service was good-really good, beautiful food (and wine list): escargots for entree, duck and chicken for...more
Colbert's service seems to be getting worse and worse each time I come here. From the rude hostesses at the door right through to the waiter, everyone is full of attitude, snippy comments and just generally not gracious at all. As for the food, it is a typical French bistro with the usual menu, taste and cuisine. You can do better going somewhere else.more
Welcoming, charming spot with friendly staff. Went here for lunch and had a generous pot of Moules Frites. Before getting our food, we were served warm bread with one of the better olive oils I've had at a French restaurant. There was a pleasant, vibrant buzz in the restaurant with some people standing at the bar for a glass of champagne, and some parties sitting down for a proper 3 hour...more
This is a French restaurant that lacks the flair or passion to set it apart from every other French restaurant in London. The food is solid, however uninspired. For the prices that Colbert charges for its food, I would have expected better than average. However, average is precisely what what you get. Not to say that the food is bad by any means, but it won't compel you to come back anytime soon.more