The two-week tennis tournament is here and as we sit back and watch the nation go tennis-mad, we’re also reflecting on how Wimbledon was home to the very first Côte Brasserie.

About Wimbledon

The world-renowned Wimbledon Championships have been running since 1877. The only one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments to be held on grass courts, Wimbledon is unique.

Traditionally lasting two weeks and attracting worldwide attention, Wimbledon is known for its start-stop approach thanks to the British weather the odd inevitable downpour of rain. However, Centre Court has now been fitted with a retractable roof to reduce loss of court time.

Wimbledon sees five main events: the men’s singles, the ladies’ singles, the men’s doubles, the ladies’ doubles and the mixed doubles. It also includes junior events, with singles and doubles for both boys and girls, but no mixed event.

Centre Court has a capacity of 15,000 avid tennis fans and sees these seats fill up fast, so get your tickets early to catch a glimpse of tennis royalty with the likes of Venus and Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and, of course, our very own Andy Murray, who took home the trophy last year.

Book with Us

The doors of the very first Côte restaurant were proudly opened in Wimbledon on 15th August 2007. Since then, our modern twists on classic French dishes have been offering our customers the very best in Parisian-style dining.

We’ve continued to provide great service and outstanding food since opening in Wimbledon and expanded nationwide. We love what we do and we’re proud to share it with you.

If you’re in Wimbledon for the tennis and looking for a great restaurant with a warm and friendly atmosphere, come and visit Côte Brasserie Wimbledon.

If you want to come down and book a table, contact us today or check out our menu to get your taste buds tantalised.