What they say:
Uber-modish, eco-friendly and easy-going, Brighton's brand new "boho-bistro" has begun to blossom. Musically focused, old vinyl isn't just their menu decoration either folks, oh no, Kooks greatly prides itself on its wide and eclectic music mix, which amplified out of their very own jukebox gives this restaurant bar that atmospheric, old-school feeling. On their opening weekend, the Trifleenees "Victorian Gymnasts and Gentlemen of Mayhem" will be entertaining you (whatever that means!) as you tuck into their fresh grub and locally sourced ales.
What we say:
Upholding Brighton's bohemian and quirky, UK-wide status, Kooks is just as kooky as it sounds and is suitably situated in the city's North Laine labyrinth. Reflecting its "free spirit" neighbouring streets, Kooks rightly promotes "upcycling", and is artistically decked out by reviving old bric-brac. With creative menu boards made from timeworn vinyl covers, walls fitted with energy-efficient LED lights and plates packed with dangerously delicious burgers and bites, this restaurant bar is Brighton's up-and-coming eco-bistro.