Best Italian Restaurants In Brighton

From the Colosseum through to the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy has given us many wonderful things, and perhaps best of all, is its food. Great piles of pasta, pizza dripping with cheese, and gelato, the country's food scene is unrivalled. Fortunately, Brighton has a cracking selection of Italian restaurants which have taken on the task of recreating that European magic, read on for our selection of the best Italian restaurants in Brighton.




Brighton's London Road is a great spot to find a top-notch Italian eatery. Fatto A Mano is famous for its pizzas, which are created in the original Neopolitan style. Starting from a very reasonable £5, pizza comes in range of bianco, calzone or traditional.

Hobgoblin

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Hobgoblin have invited in one of Brighton's quirkier residencies for a taste of la dolce vita. DoughBo is the brainchild of two chefs and brings Italian food to Brighton in the form of doughballs, all cooked in a wood-fired oven.

Old-fashioned and cosy pub The Hampton serves up a delicious Italian fare to Brighton's hungry patrons. Located on Upper North Street, the pub cooks up Italian food at its most hearty, from chilli king prawn pasta through to pizzas you can pile with a whole range of toppings. 

Home to some of the most authentic Italian food in Hove, this family-run pasta restaurant specialises in non-GMO wheat pastas and semolina pastas. Their ingredients are ethically produced and sourced locally from both their Brighton base and native Italy.