Chez Colette - Sofitel Philadelphia
Breakfast is served in an informal ambiance that evokes the French 1920s. Indulge your passions... Awaken your senses...
Discover our main Holidays Big Brunches Buffets: Easter, Mother's Day, Thanksgiving.
Enjoy a complimentary glass of Champagne with our Easter Brunch !
Enjoy a complimentary glass of Champagne with our Easter Brunch !
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: April 27, 2019
Ends: April 28, 2118
Availability: Sun 11:45AM-2:00PM
Christmas Day Special Menus & Offers
Three Course Menu will be available on Christmas $35
Wednesday, December 25, 2019
I took my aunt, daughter and 9 year old cousin for tea and the tea was lovely but the food that served was not very good. The food wasn’t very good and since we didn’t have the option to chose the kids didn’t eat anything. Very pricey for what was served (138 for 4 people for 4 teas and one three tier platter of picky items)
Great food, great service. A little pricey but great for a special occasion!
What an amazing experience Chez Colette was! The staff was unbelievable, going above and beyond our expectations. Our server Jo Ann was so attentive and clearly knew how to take care of her customers. The food was absolutely delicious! I am a vegetarian and they had plenty of options to ensure I got my money’s worth. What a wonderful way to spend Thanksgiving, I will surely be back!
The server, miguel and the manager, Chris were both professional and accommodating. Very nice. Went for afternoon tea. Will definitely go back
Server was not so attentive but other staff picked up the slack
A disappointing Mother's Day Brunch. We had pleasant expectations, when we were told about the open bar for Bloody Marys and mimosas. Then, it was downhill. The buffet table was far from plentiful, although there was shrimp. There were comparatively few salads and vegetables. The roast beef looked strange. The dessert collection was unglamorous and sparse. While the service personnel were pleasant and nice, recycling the forks onto the bread and butter plate should be a no-no.
Took my mom here for Mother’s Day brunch. The service was great (shout out to Esther, who was attentive/pleasant/funny), the food was good ( the braised short ribs and scallion mashed potatoes didn’t disappoint), and the dining space was very nice.
I took my family for a pre brunch Mother’s Day breakfast and was very happy with the outstanding service, delicious food and overall value. I would go back for sure!
since gratuity is already included it would have been nice to have someone come to the table more than once. i know it's a buffet, but i wanted coffee and i had to ask the hostess for the check. that being said, we love it, and will absolutely be back
Easter brunch was all that could be asked for...great food, excellent service, and a beautiful venue. A wonderful experience!
Awful experience, terrible waitress. My friend and I were seated at 9:45 am and left the restaurant at 11:45am. We waited, waited, and then waited some more for food and beverages which took forever to come. I should point out that most other patrons were eating the breakfast buffet, so there was no reason for slow service from the kitchen. The restaurant was about 3/4 full during our time there. We had no idea what was taking so long. As the time passed, and as we waited for our food, the place had less and less patrons. By the time we walked out the door, there was only one table left. It was outrageous! The waitress was outrageously incompetent and spoke at the top of her lungs. I will never step foot in that place again. And to add insult to injury, the prices were ridiculous ($56 for breakfast for two). The only reason we stayed was because everywhere else was solidly booked. It was Christmas Eve.
Our group of six was so excited to celebrate Mother's Day together at this restaurant. But we all left feeling that the experience was average at best and since I chose the restaurant, I felt terrible for disappointing the mothers in the group.
Our waiter seemed harried at every interaction. The buffet, while substantial, was very much a lunch buffet and included no breakfast items at the noon seating. In general, we all found the food to be somewhat bland. Bread was in loaves and required every customer to handle the bread in order to cut off slices or pieces without being wrapped in napkins. So everyone in the restaurant was handling the bread - this doesn't seem consistent with good health code practices. Bloody Marys looked watery when served without garnish while those at other tables had fun, robust garnishes. Mimosas were served with dramatically different levels of fullness. All of this is indicative of the indifferent service from our harried waiter.
We won't be back and hopefully others can avoid our mistake.
We went with my wife and 2 kids for Easter brunch. Fantastic experience with a great buffet including a raw bar and a prime rib carving station. Very nice atmosphere and overall excellent service attentive, friendly and caring for my 2 boys. Will definitely go back
Perfect for Easter brunch. Very pleasant experience, good food, friendly, professional service and lovely ambience.
We had a party of six for Easter brunch and everyone loved the food and that we could eat at a leisurely pace. The only drawback was the lack of vegetarian options for one of the guests. I guess we could have asked for something else. I was surprised there were no egg dishes or even a quiche.
Perfect breakfast spot before the Eagles parade!
Best Thanksgiving cuisine in a real long time!! Food was incredible!!! A new family tradition.
My family went for Sunday brunch after a fund raising walk on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. We all had the buffet. It was a great value for 23 dollars per person. The eggs , bacon and sausage were all well prepared and delicious. Additionally, there was fresh fruit and very tasty pastries such as croissants and Danish. We were all very pleased and will return.
The service was slow and it was early and not crowded. Food was just okay; kind of disappointed. Had to take our check up because we waited so long to pay
I was expecting a grander buffet from a Sotifel, a brand I have positive associations with. The buffet was, though, a limited, predictable selection, and a lot it was looking tired -- mounds of French toast piled in a covered tray that looked like it had been there a while by the time we arrived; some tomato thing that looked half-uncooked. I bagged the buffet idea and ordered off the menu. We ordered salmon eggs benedict, and it just wasn't very good. The pancakes were pretty good. The coffee, I will say, was very good, but apart from that it was just shabby -- closer to what I'd expect at a cheaper chain hotel than a Sofitel restaurant named Chez Colette. The sparse crowd on a Sunday at 11 -- when it's hard to get in elsewhere -- should be a clue to management that it's time for some improvements.
Took several minutes to be seated let alone acknowledged-- and quite a while until our breakfast was served. Another couple who arrived and was standing in line behind us left after they were seated and didn't receive any service or acknowledgement for 10-15 minutes. Fresh squeezed OJ was a treat and delicious. Enjoyed blueberry preserves, chocolate croissant and raisin cinnamon pastry.
Service was great!
Breakfast was good at the hotel. We got the buffet and loved the various food that was presented in two rows of tables. My favorite was the smoked cold shaved salmon/lox and the fresh fruit. My husband liked the scrambled eggs, sausages, and the assortment of breads.
Excellent food choices, quality and service. Service staff is alert and extremely responsive and helpful. Price is fair and lower than one would expect in a highly regarded hotel. Not our first time nor our last.
The occasion was my sister's birthday. The hostess and the waitress made us feel very special. The food was great, the restaurant was not noisy. I will be back.
Enjoyed the lovely brunch buffet with complimentary champagne. All food was excellent. Especially enjoyed the raw bar and lamb carving station. Also excellent salads and other entrees. Beautiful sweet treats at the end. Will return!
We had an 11:30 reservation on a Saturday and when we walked in we were told they close at 12:00. We asked why they take an 11:30 reservation when they close at 12? When I looked on Opentable again, I saw you could even make a 12:00 reservation. They staff was so rude, we left and had a delightful brunch elsewhere. They obviously did not want to seat us and had somewhere else they needed to be. A DISGRACE!!!!
I would recommend that the wait staff start writing down the orders. By the time toast arrived breakfast was basically finished.
I love Chez Colette. The food is wonderfully French-inspired and the service is impeccable. The croissants are to die for. The coffee is served in a stainless stell press pot at your table. I've dined there many, many times, for business breakfasts as well as for social meals including lunch and dinner and it's always a pleasure. Never a disappointment, from start to finish.
We had Mothers Day brunch . Our reservation was for 12:30 and they were not ready to open. The service was awful. We had to ask for everything, drinks, flatware, to have plates removed after each course and when we asked for something it took a long time to get what we requested. The food was OK but for the price, one would think they would have someone serving us on the buffet line! Over all it was a disappointment and we will never go back!!
We reserved for a special Mother's Day Brunch. They gave us a time for 10:30 a.m. and when we arrived they said it didn't begin until noon, but we could still have breakfast in their other dining room. There was other parties that were disappointed as well. It took a long time to be served anything. We will not be going back.
Staff were great and food was awesome! Can't wait to go back!
Continental service...their staff always goes above and beyond!
Went to Chez Colette for Thanksgiving buffet. They completely exceeded my expectations! The staff was incredibly friendly and helpful and the food was prepared perfectly. They even let us take "leftovers" to enjoy later. Exceptional.
Nice hotel restaurant. Good place for breakfast.
Went there for Eaater Brunch -- great selection of delectable foods. The staff were very attentive.
Nothing Special...typical hotel food!
We had thanksgiving dinner here, I wouldn't go back or recommend to anyone. Very poor service, food was just fine.