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 (0)20 7730 2804
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ooooh Colbert's a bit fancy isn't it?! I loved it though. I met my rock and roll Albanian fellow actorfriend here for coffee on Friday morning and he was already pissed out of his head. They gave us a table but were quite funny about how long we could stay for, they said they had a lot of lunch reservations coming up...either that or they could tell how drunk he was hahahaa. The coffee tasted...more
Eh, boring, old school and average food at above average prices. The steak tartar has zero spices/flavour (even our waitress advised against it). The sunny seats are nice, and the wine menu is decent, but why not go to a real French brasserie, or the Botanist across the street, which is excellent? I just don't get this place. Obviously the location is the best, and the brasserie decor is...more
I took my husband here for brunch for his birthday and as much as brunch is rarely, if ever, amazing we were pretty disappointed. The menu had egg smeared all over it, my Brouilles with Comte was really not nice and his eggs benedict was pretty average. The staff were great and it has a good atmosphere but certainly for brunch it does not justify the expense and waiting list. It is a VAST...more
The bread sticks are these warmed up little mini baguettes and I really love them. I never book and usually spend a ton of time waiting at the bar which, unlike most pubs, has the ability to serve efficiently despite being extremely busy. Service has always been good, though occasionally slow. Toilets flush as expected. Food is standard anglicised french but good. I almost always get an...more
Sloane Square manages to be one of the most outwardly pretty yet utterly vacuous London addresses and at 5 to six on a late week workday night, also seems to be home to more arseholes per square foot than a builders bum convention.
Within seconds of leaving the tube I've been buffeted by a spry fool in a pinstripe oblivious to anything but a night on the 'lesh' with the boys ("on my way down...more