Restaurant Bars in Brighton
Whether you're off for a pre-hen night snack or looking to wine and dine a loved one, it can often be hard to decide where to go. But lookie here, we've compiled a list of great restaurants in Brighton so you don't have to sob over your keyboard at the wide mean web! From French inspired eateries and bashful burger joints to steak to die for, there's plenty to choose from. Check out our recommendations for some great restaurants in Brighton and discover some of the delicious grub that our seaside resort has in store.
Found in the heart of The Lanes, Bohemia is just the destination for cocktails and dinner. Known for their inventive style of mixology, spectacular cocktail showdowns and fanciful flavours, Bohemia boast some sweet treats; a perfect post-dinner delectable once you're chowing down on some classic British seafood and fare, caught locally and using sourced ingredients of only the finest quality.
Didn't know that this Japanese restaurant bar in Brighton is co-owned by none other than Fat Boy Slim's DJ Norman Cook? Well then, you do now. Known for their fresh interiors and even fresher plates of sushi, Oki Nami is just the restaurant for those with adventurous palates. Once you're done chowing down on some fanciful Japanese fare, take to the cocktail bar upstairs where a creative selection of concoctions and Eastern treats await.
Classic, French and boasting more wine than a fully fledged vineyard, Plateau is just the restaurant in Brighton for those to indulge in a romantic meal for two or a special occasion. With their cumbersome knowledge of the wine to dine with to their French inspired sharing dishes, Plateau is simple in style yet abundant in flavour. Divulge in their relaxed dining room and get a taste of Europe without ever having to leave your table.
High end steak is the aim of the game at The Coal Shed where classic meat and fish based dishes are served with a little artisan flair. Boasting a real charcoal oven and some of the best Scottish steak that you can source in Brighton, The Coal Shed are renowned for their smokey tastes. And if you're something of a whisky buff too? Prepare to be impressed by both the selection and recommendations of whisky in the restaurant.
It may be a part of the famous Hotel Du Vin chain, but this Brighton restaurant bar still manages to stand out all on its own. From its rustic interiors and brass bar trimmings down to its often slick clientele and international tipples, Pub Du Vin is a gastro treat. If there's one thing we suggest to take a bite into, it's a Pub Du Vin burger.
You've no longer reason to be shy about venturing to Seven Dials when there's so sweet a treat waiting to be discovered. If you're not hooked in by The Cow's vintage interiors, junkyard collectibles and Brooklyn style, you'll be more than chuffed with the hearty British chow. Boasting an impressive selection of craft beers and regularly rotated locally brewed ales, The Cow makes for the perfect liquid lunch.
Dive style bars have never looked so tasty. Found in the heart of Kemptown, Neighbourhood is not only known for its quirky interiors, antique collectibles, 100ft beer garden and basement nook, it's also known for its top notch grub. If you're a fan of American style portions and hearty chow, Neighbourhood can rustle you up a treat; take to their selection of premium beef patties for an adventure in all things burger.
If you're not blinded by their amazing abundance of locally sourced and inspired neon artwork, you'll be doused in meaty heaven thanks to this carnivore friendly eatery in Brighton. Adopting the success of their London counterpart and introduction Brighton to the fine art of American inspired burgers, MEATliquour not only tastes great, it looks pretty darn good too thanks to its eccentric interiors and unique design.