Colbert Restaurant London

Colbert Restaurant London


Colbert, a high-end Chelsea restaurant draws inspiration from the romantic boulevard cafes of the city of Love, Paris. Started by the famous restaurateurs, Corbin and King of the famous Wolseley and Delaunay, its ethos is to offer the Sloane Square neighbourhood a comfortable and luxurious destination for any time of the day.

Colbert restaurant London embodies the rustic spirit of traditional French cafes with its decadent collection of inspired Parisian art, chessboard tiles, plush leather banqueting and pristine white tablecloths. It is framed by the beauty of the Royal Court Theatre. With this grand location, it attracts guests seeking the apex of elegance in the most relaxed of bistro settings.

The menu highlights Parisian cafe items, encompassing something for everyone with their breakfast, morning coffee, lunch, mid-afternoon snacks, evening drinks and dinner selection. On the A La Carte menu guests have their pick of seafood dishes, croquets and sandwiches; salads and larger main dishes. If you are in the mood for a starter we would recommend starting with a portion of Atlantic prawns or a delicious set of Skye Queen scallops. The Parisian influence can be seen in its selection of authentic croquets. One that should not be missed as an easy-going afternoon snack is the £9.75 Croquet Monsieur made with rich gruyere, jambon blanc and bechamel. When it comes to delicious mains, Colbert restaurant London does not disappoint with its array of fish-based meals. These include a smoked Hadddock, poached salmon, sea bass and one of the most lavish lobsters served with dreamy and warm tarragon butter. The Lobster as either a half (£27.75) or large (49.95) portion is a prime choice for a celebration. Colbert also delivers a delicious corn-fed chicken main and succulent flat iron steak. But seeing as though Colbert’s is French-inspired one should definitely try their £18.25 duck confit with flageolet beans to receive the full experience! Guests visiting this neighbourhood rendezvous for a quick morning snack or mid-afternoon tea, should indulge in Colbert’s traditional French sweets and desserts. The salted caramel truffles, madeleines and macaroons could melt away the toughest of problems.

Colbert boasts an impressive selection of wines sourced from the famous Loire Valley. This region is home to the longest flowing river in all of France and as a result has a rich diversity of wines. The region is particularly famous for its Sauvignon Blanc, and reds including its Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir. For a taste of the glorious French Loire Valley, we would recommend pairing your mains with one of these fines wines!

Colbert mixes comfort with sophistication in its décor, ambience, service and cuisine. This makes it a desirable restaurant for all lavish and low-key occasions.

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Colbert Restaurant London Cuisine, Dress Code & Address

Cuisine: French

Dress Code: Smart Casual 

Area: Chelsea

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


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