Excellent vibrant restaurant. Busy, buzzy and French
Excellent ambiance , nice food and cheerful service
Colbert is the quintessential French Bistro in London. The menu is simple yet comprehensive with tradition French Brasseries dishes that are well prepared and excellently presented. The buzz is vibrant and the restaurant was always full on the several occasions when we visited. This, together with its long standing history in its current location is testimony to its success.
If you are looking for traditional delicious french fare this should be high on your list of choices.
Definitely a keeper.
First evening in London
This is a very nice local restaurant. However, please be aware that it can be quite noisy. The last time we went there late at 10pm and it was still noisy when we left near midnight.
Always love coming her for the a drink at the bar and a fun night out with my husband. Good food - not amazing, but good and the atmosphere always makes it worth it.
The restaurant has a nice ambiance. The front of the house was quite unprofessional rushing people around as if they were in a fast food joint. The food was average, nothing wrong with it but nothing to write home about either. Prices reflect the location and not the food or service.
Fantastic meal. Ambience was lively and great for people watching! Food lovely! recommend to all.
A great return visit, following our initial discovery of this very nice restaurant. Great atmosphere, wonderful food, I'm looking forward to the next time already.
A good restaurant. Comfortable with excellent food, if a limited menu. Reception is rather chaotic.
Very accommodating when we arrived 15 mins early. Food was lovely (if a little pricey) and the atmosphere was very up-beat. Gorgeous interior and artwork.
Food and wine were both excellent, as was the service. We all ate a fish course with oysters and the recommended wine was delicious. We eat out every week and this will become a regular venue for us now.
Also, I have a physical disability which was taken into account by request. This was very much appreciated.
The place is cool, it's a typical French Bistrot with good food and a good service. We had very good fish plates , especially schrimps (crevettes) but meet too.
Excellent service and good food in a wonderful ambience
Not a big menu by any means and yet they had completely run out of several items. No croque monsieur! How could that even happen? The miserably small piece of hamburger steak that came instead, served on its own with no vegetables or ganish, was almost inedible, and terrible value for money at over £12 ($15!)
Later, the waiters outside whisked away chairs and tables while we were sitting at them. Some kind of curfew. But why did they have to be so rude?
We were told this was typical of wait-staff in Britain. A very bad impression all round.
WE were 20 minutes late leaving Cadogan Hall and reached Colbert at 5 past 10. Reception couldn't have been kinder, and although they had given away our table, they almost immediately found us another, in a very good part of the room. Waiting staff were just as attentive. Steak was a little overdone. Puddings great. Wine list a bit expensive
Post Royal Court visit after a long day. Given a really nice table and the food was lovely.
Five ladies had dinner at Colbert on Sunday night and it was perfect. The restaurant always has a buzz and the food is always very good. The menu is simple and delicious and I can't wait to go back.
Had an early dinner at Colbert together with friends. The food was great, and the service excellent. Will definitely return.
Good food and service. Very tasty food nicely presented in this buzzing place on the corner of Sloane Square. We hope to return but on the expensive side.