Thought Bethnal Green was all offbeat brunch spots and hipster hangouts? Think again, because E2 is home to quite the bar scene. Among East London gems like Satan’s Whiskers and The Sun Tavern, we’ve got hideaways like Coupette that take flavours of France and shake up some of the city’s most coveted…
Inspired by France, but proudly London, Coupette offers high quality, great value drinks that are expertly made and simply served.
Coupette was established in June 2017 as a creative outlet for a huge passion for Calvados, attention to authenticity and unpretentious style. Coupette soon became a London neighbourhood bar with a French accent and an international reputation, winning the industry’s top awards and accolades.
Prioritising results over techniques, Coupette’s drinks are presented in beautiful classic glassware and consciously balanced for simplicity and discovery. Complex ideas and lengthy procedures take place behind the scenes rather than as showy garnishes, leaving Coupette’s guests free to explore the stories, flavours and nuances of the drink through the act of drinking it, rather than depending on elaborate serves and extended explanations.
Having already proven to be a success as both a local bar and a world-renowned cocktail destination, Coupette is now looking to expand and bring its signature timeless style to other locations, both in London and internationally. Creating a new personality for each potential new site, Coupette will maintain its core values of serving exceptional drinks at a reasonable price.
Coupette offers live piano to mesmerize your evening played by Maurice between 8-11pm on Monday and Wednesdays.
- Happily Affordable ££
Coupette, 423, Bethnal Green Road, E2 0AN
Bethnal Green (Tube)
£600 inc. VAT + 12.5% Service Charge
Music Via iPod: Yes
Own DJ: No
Live Piano on Monday & wednesday , can do on requested date with £200 extra charge
Available Monday to Sunday
£3200 minimum spend inc. VAT + 12.5% Service Charge
Own music via iPod: Yes
Own DJ: No
Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday