Those of you venturing to Brighton and looking for high end steaks will be pleasantly surprised by newly refurbished, The Coal Shed. A steak and fish restaurant just shy of The Lanes, The Coal Shed are known for their hearty platters and uniquely sourced meat and fish.
Slick yet simple, it's clear that The Coal Shed intend to let the food do the talking with interiors that remain classic and fresh. From rich mahogany stained furniture and low hanging steel lamps to bright windows and unique pieces of art dotted about the main restaurant, The Coal Shed manage to maintain a relaxed yet upmarket feel throughout. Those looking for something a little more special will be interested in nabbing the table in their private dining room for up to 14 people, boasting its own waitress and bespoke menus.
Food is served straight from their renowened charcoal oven, where Scottish cattle steaks and grilled lobster are premium pickings in the restaurant amongst many other notable meat dishes. Whisky lovers, hurrah, will be impressed by their international selection and recommendations of this rich tipple.
The lunch and pre-theatre menus, priced at just £15 for 2 courses are a great way to sample the restaurant during the week.
Looking to bring your own wine? Dabble in a little BYOB on Monday nights as The Coal Shed charge a mere £5 corkage fee.
|Pint of Lager||£4.60|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£3.50|
|Bottle of House Wine||£17.50|
|Bottle of Champagne||£50.00|
A word from the chef:
Using a real charcoal oven and great quality, locally sourced ingredients, The Coal Shed aims to be one of the best places for steak on the South Coast. Order the sirlion steak at £28.00 or try half a grilled lobster at £20.
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