Inspired by the great boulevard cafés of Paris
Whether you are looking to enjoy an early morning petit déjeuner, coffee on the terrace, late-night dinner at The Bar or a leisurely lunch, the menu at Colbert offers a selection of Parisian bistro classics, served morning, noon and night, seven days a week.
For breakfast – or le petit déjeuner – guests can choose from freshly baked Viennoiserie, Pancakes, and Oeufs cooked to your choosing, think Eggs Benedict, Omelettes and Scrambled eggs with Comté. While our all-day offering includes firm favourites, such as Croque Monsieur, Crêpe Complète, Steak Tartare, Soupe à l’Oignon, Escargots and Steak Frites.
An array of patisserie and desserts handcrafted by our pastry chefs are also on offer, from classic Ice Cream Profiteroles to Madeleines and Éclairs. All of this is complemented by weekly, seaonally inspired specials from our Head Chef Sascha Rieb.
Adorned with artworks, guests can choose to dine in either the main dining room or at The Bar. While our terrace provides an ideal spot to watch the world go by on Sloane Square and operates on a walk-in basis only.
True to the spirit of traditional French Cafés
Since la Belle Epoch Paris has been synonymous with café culture; spaces for luminaries, radicals and creative spirits to come together and while away the hours, shaping contemporary cultural expression as they did so. It’s from this indisputable je ne sais quoi that Colbert takes its inspiration, creating a slice of Paris here in the centre of London’s Chelsea – itself a cultural epicentre.
Slowly expanding over the last century to accommodate le patron’s ever-growing collection of art and local memorabilia, Colbert stays true to the spirit of traditional French cafés. And with its prime position on Sloane Square next to The Royal Court Theatre, it is perhaps the perfect spot to spend a few hours, whether for drinks, snacks or a full meal.