Colbert Café
Inspired by the great French pavement cafés, Colbert  Café is an informal, neighbourhood rendez-vous at the heart of Sloane Square.


Colbert is located on Sloane Square, one of London’s most famous squares, adjacent to the Royal Court Theatre.


Chris Corbin and Jeremy King–Corbin & King Restaurants.

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Colbert Café Design

David Collins Studio
Colbert Café  has the look and feel of a Parisian-inspired pavement café that might have inhabited this particular corner of Sloane Square for the past nine decades, gradually expanding over the years from one room to occupy two further rooms. Bespoke cornices, unique plaster friezes, different custom floors, Art Nouveau decorative arches, Victorian tiling, custom designed hand-crafted moulded glass chandeliers and wall lights, and a huge, eclectic collection of art, original French posters, vintage photographs and eccentric memorabilia collected over the years has resulted in eachof the three rooms very much retaining its own character.|

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The Colbert chair is an out-of-production Thonet original, reproduced especially for Colbert.
photos: David Loftus

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