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50-52 Sloane Square, Chelsea, LONDON, SW1W 8AX

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Occupying a prominent corner site on Sloane Square, Colbert is owned by the same team behind The Delaunay and The Wolseley (see entries) and runs along a similar all-day dining concept to the latter. Inspired by a classic Parisian café, it's a trip back to the France of the Belle Epoque or 1930s inside, with burgundy leather banquettes, mirrors, wood panelling, artworks and chessboard tiles. Except for the absence of Gauloises smoke and stripy jumpers, the scene could hardly be more Gallic - even the blackboard specials are written in French. Expect fish soup with rouille and gruyère to taste just as hearty and punchy as it would across the Channel, before moving on to old friends such as chicken paillard, steak tartare, navarin of lamb, or Toulouse cassoulet with confit duck. Beret-wearing desserts feature the likes of tarte fine aux pommes, crème caramel and chocolate mousse.

Further information

Tel: 020 7730 2804
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Open all year.

Restaurant information

Cooking type: French
Chef: David Collard
Accessible for wheelchairs.
Disabled toilets.
Vegetarian meals available.
Children welcome.
Children's portions.



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