Indian Summer prides itself on 'dispelling the myth of curry' and showcasing the best of Indian food. Usually being a chicken korma and peshwari naan kind of girl, I was intrigued to see what they had to offer. The Venue Nestled among the bars and restaurants on East Street near the seafront, it'sall…
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An award winning restaurant in the heart of the Brighton Lanes, Indian Summer has been serving up the city a selection of classic Eastern dishes with finesse for over a decade.
Shunning an Indian restaurant style of days gone by, Indian Summer have opted for a wholly contemporary and boutique style. With brushed purple velvet and booming sepia murals to classic furniture and chandeliers, Indian Summer may be one of the city's smaller and more intimate restaurants, but the interiors and atmosphere make it a wholly tender destination for schmoozing and date nights in Brighton alike.
From their certificates of excellence down to their Food Awards, Indian Summer are practically dripping in awards thanks to their sumptuous menu of Indian classics. From their Golpappa Panta Puri to their Paneer Shashlik, Indian Summer will entice you with a selection of hearty Indian dishes, with two courses coming in at a reasonable £22.95; all washed down with their classic wine menu, with a few Indian wines to also be discovered.
- Restaurant , Restaurant Bar
- Eating and Drinking , Date night , Chatting and Drinking
- The Lanes
- Happily Affordable ££
- Wheelchair Access
Indian Summer, 69, East Street, BN1 1HQ