If you want a break from more formal institutions and dining options then London import The Breakfast Club is the place for you. The restaurant serves a comforting mix of all-day breakfast food from eggs to bacon and some more obscure items such as fried chicken and waffles.
Restaurants In Brighton
From pre-hen night dinners to first dates, there's no shortage of restaurants in Brighton to choose from for your night out by the sea. Whether you're inspired by the flavours of the Middle East, have a taste for American burgers or want French cuisine for a taste of culinary excellence, we've compiled a list of great restaurants for all you foodies to continue your dining adventures.
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Wander down to Dukes Lane for some moreish Indian fare at Mowgli in Brighton. Its interiors will have you mesmerised thanks to golden fairy lights in bottles and hanging swings from the ceiling. You'll be strapped for choice with what to eat as the menu features a range of signature dishes like its house lamb curry or keema, or a tiffin box for one if you fancy playing food roulette.
A charming pub stocked full of great craft beers and ales, The World's End offers a menu of traditional British comfort food treats. When you're not eating fish 'n' chips or a delicious roast dinner, tuck into a sauce-slathered burger or inhale a plate of grilled chicken.
Tuck into a range of British classics and delicious seafood dishes whilst taking in incredible ocean views from this Brighton Palace Pier restaurant. The Palm Court Restaurant has also got a choice of vegan options, salads and afternoon tea to suit all needs.
A gorgeous Brighton dining spot for everything from fresh brunches to delicious dinners, lovingly restored Post House are bringing you everything from smoked salmon on sourdough at midday to lamb rump and mushroom arancini come dinner time.
Brighton's North Laine Pub and Brewery has been pulling in crowds from all over with its impressive selection of craft beers and local ales. But it's the venue's food menu that's really caught out eye. With sharing boards, hearty roast dinners, fresh catch-of-the-day dishes and moreish bar snacks, the venue's chefs have mastered traditional gastro menus.
For mouthwatering maki, make your way to YO! on Jubilee Street. As you enter this Japanese hotspot, you'll be met with tasty sushi plates, from pepper nigiri to Cali rolls galore, all before sitting down and having it all delivered to you via the cool keitan conveyer belt.
New Unity is a boozer with a lot of character. It's a fab spot for catching some sports or simply meeting your mates for a couple of drinks. Its food offering is tempting as the menu is provided by Otomi Tacos so you can expect to tuck into three fully loaded shells of your choice (think slow-cooked pulled pork or baja-style fish) along with quesadillas and nachos.
Wahaca in Brighton is the place to go when you're on the hunt for some good quality Mexican food without splurging too much. Located close to the seafront, this colourful restaurant is full of charm and character thanks to its geometric flooring and leafy vines wrapped around the walls. On the menu? Think guacamole and chips, tacos filled with steak and cheese, plus fantastic vegan options too.
Serving mouth-watering burgers, thin Neopolitan pizzas and ice-cold craft beers, Dead Wax Social promises to leave everyone that walks through their door with a bursting belly and a head full bliss. Grab your mates and head down to one of the edgiest restaurants in Brighton.
Brighton is full of quirky spots and the Tempest Inn is no different. Located in a cave, this Brighton restaurant knows how to put on a good spread. Head there on the weekends for a bottomless brunch while during the week various supper clubs host evenings with everything from African feasts to vegan deliciousness.
Tuck into some delicious, authentic Indian cuisine with a table at The Hampton's Easy Tiger. This restaurant is the brainchild of Sabu Joseph (chef and director of Cafe Cardamom) and the team behind The Pond, so a lot of love and thought is poured into the dishes. Enjoy the likes of small plates such as Kerala fried chicken and madras masala meen fry, as well as delicious, fragrant curries.
French cuisine is the dish of the day at Plateau where locally sourced small plates balance rather well with what could possibly one of the biggest wine menu's in Brighton. Perfect for a special night with that special someone, there's an air of romance at Plateau, but then again, that could be the great wine menu that we mentioned earlier. From small sharing dishes to great local fish, this laid back restaurant bar is just the ticket.
Head over to The Community Kitchen in the Town Centre for a brilliant cookery experience. With a variety of packages on offer, you can enjoy a get-together where you and your friends make anything from Asian street food to an extravagant banquet.
Run by MasterChef: The Professionals winner Steven Edwards this tasting menu-only restaurant in Hove offers some of the finest dining in town. Offering a choice of seven or nine course monthly changing menus, this 12-table eatery is one of the best restaurants in Brighton.
If American inspired burgers are what you want, then bountiful American inspired burgers are what you're going to get. Influenced by all things Stateside, the patties at MEATliquour are booming, with no space reserved for vegetarians. Offset with an incredibly urban venue boasting locally sourced neons and creative carnival vibes, this is sure to be like no burger you've ever had before.
The Chilli Pickle has won award, lots of awards and from their menu of small Indian sharing plates, it's not hard to see why. The brightly coloured restaurant is a taste of India hidden in Brighton's streets - try the Punjabi Adraki Chicken Curry, you can thank us later.
We all know that Brighton is a top tier destination for international dishes and cultures, but who knew we would come up so trumps when it came to curry and Eastern cuisine? A more upmarket take on your regular Saturday night Korma, Indian Summer are introducing Indian cuisine into the 21st Century, all the time maintaining their relationship with classic dishes and spices.
Whilst known for their garden inspired rooftop bar, molecularly creative cocktails and home in a traditional Edwardian building in The Lanes, Bohemia do harbour a slick dining restaurant that you'll be pleased to have stopped by at. Contemporary yet classic, Bohemia's restaurant serve British dishes with a little gastronomic flair, all locally sourced and ethically hand made at pocket friendly prices.