Owned by two local Kemptown chaps and boasting a sumptuous selection of locally sourced fare, The Townhouse is a renowned restaurant in Brighton known for its charming buzz and atmosphere.
Minimalistic yet contemporary in its interiors, there's a simplicity to The Townhouse's decor that prevents it retracting from the dishes, only adding to it. From its blue hues and exposed brickwork to subtle country kitchen feel, The Townhouse is wholly chic yet incredibly comfortable. Boasting a main restaurant area, a bar for those looking to dash in for a quick tipple and baby grand piano to swoon the dining public, this Kemptown restaurant is a plush edition to this up and coming suburb.
With award winning chef Malcolm Campbell at the helm, The Townhouse is known for its top notch Brighton fare. Sourced locally and fresh to order, dishes such as their ale battered haddock at £9.95 and their home-made nut roast at £10.95 are just a few of the finely crafted dishes to expect; pair this with a side of cocktails at £7 each and you've got one heck of a great date night in Brighton on your hands.
|Pint of Lager||£4.75|
|Pint of Real Ale||£3.95|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£3.75|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.75|
|Bottle of House Wine||£15.95|
|Bottle of Champagne||£25.50|
A word from the chef:
Local, fresh and hand-made, The Townhouse boast a truly British menu of wholesome classics and hearty fare. Try their chestnut potato dumplings at £12.50 or their roast leg of Sussex lamb for £11.95.
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