Tapas with an experimental twist? Senor Buddha was an “experiment in taste”, and has just opened its first tapas restaurant amid Brighton’s Preston Circus. A unique hot-spot which boasts a bold declaration on quality ingredients and flavour; and even more good news folks – these…
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Senor Buddha started out as nothing more than an extravagant experiment, but now it’s blossoming into one of Brighton's most innovative dining concepts. A venture introduced to Preston Circus by head-chef Lee Shipley, the goal here is to create "good food that brings all walks of life together."
The restaurant whips up tapas-styled plates fused with bold Asian influences. Expect to find a menu packed with playful creations like the octopus tentacle cooked in red wine and Thai spices and the Asian tuna tartare & Iberian ham. Senor Buddha offers a wine list and craft spirits that are carefully tailored to the food on offer, and you can even finish with a scoop of Asian cocktail ice cream.
- Happily Affordable ££
- No door charge
- 18 for alcohol, no limit for restaurant
- Background Music
- No queues normally
Senor Buddha, 9 Preston Road BN1 4QE