Tucked away in Hove and echoing the charming independent nature of the city that surrounds it, L'Eglise is a Brighton restaurant brimming with French cuisine and homely finesse.
With Julia and Jean-Christophe Martin at the helm, L'Eglise has become a name face when it comes to independent dining in Brighton. An intimate and classic restaurant that lets the food and atmosphere do the talking rather than a battering of quirky interiors, L'Eglise is fresh and humble. When the sun comes 'a' calling and Vitamin D is rife, diners can take to the sun doused intimacy of their small garden for wine and Parisian style nibbles.
French restaurant? Why there's French cuisine of course. From mussels and steak cooked chips to European classic, snails, L'Eglise has taken the knowledge of its chefs and introduced Brighton to a true slice of France. Boasting ever changing bespoke menu's and wine lists, you can rest assured than no two dining experiences at L'Eglise are ever the same.
A word from the chef:
Serving some of the city's finest in French cuisine, guests can expect only the finest in fresh flavours and European dishes. From charcuterie tapas boards at £6 to mussels and chips for £12.95, L'Eglise is both pocket and palate friendly.
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