Restaurants In Hove

One of the south coast's most up-and-coming areas for foodies, this seaside hotspot has seen some stunning restaurants open their doors of late. Turning Church Road into a dining destination, with a diverse range of cuisines, from Italian fare to mouthwatering Thai bites, check out our guide to the best restaurants in Hove.

Last updated on 22nd July 2022




Located on the scenic edge of the swoon-worthy Lagoon, The Gather Inn is one of our favourite restaurants on Hove's seafront. This eatery is not just a pretty face, as it also has a menu filled with artisanal stone-baked pizzas and succulent burgers to enjoy with the water views.

The Brunswick

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Just a stone's throw from the beach, The Brunswick is a great venue for tasty grub. Whether you're popping in for its signature Sunday roast, from a beetroot Wellington to slow-cooked pork belly, or its summer BBQ out in the garden space with live music, this spot won't disappoint.

Nostos

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If you fancy some top-notch grub, then make your way to Nostos in Hove for some mouthwatering eats. Delve into its award-winning Greek menu, all while taking in its gorgeous plant-adorned interiors designed by Chloe Bullock. If the sun's shining? Go alfresco on its terrace.

If you're searching for restaurants in Hove with outdoor seating, then The Gingerman Restaurant is a firm choice. Serving up an array of modern European food on its outdoor terrace, you could find yourself tucking into crispy duck leg, sea trout ballotine or spiced monkfish beignets.

One of our top picks for restaurants in Brighton and Hove, Cafe Chilli offers traditional flavours with very modern sensibilities. So, what's on the menu? This Thai hotspot serves up authentic street food, from lamb and beef salads to hearty mixed platters.

One of the prettiest restaurants in the area, Six boasts a foliage-decked dining room that's as stunning as its menu offering. Bringing you a gorgeous selection of organic plates, it's a date night staple that offers plenty of veggie, vegan and all-natural options.

etch.

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Steven Edwards' etch. is one of Hove's most high-end spots. With a simple tasting menu set-up on offer every month, take a seat inside its industrial-tinged interiors and dig into 5, 7 or 9 plates of innovative European cuisine, complemented by quaffable tipples.

Cool, friendly and home to some seriously good plates of pasta, Semola is a neighbourhood spot worth visiting. With fresh grub whipped up on-site every day, you can dig into plates, including linguine Pomodoro or authentic stonebaked pizzas. Yum.

Laidback and quaint, Wild Flor is a haunt for those of you who love quaffing wine in a relaxed setting. Get ready for carefully matched bottles alongside seasonal plates, from glazed beef brisket and pea risotto to an oh-so-sweet strawberry and elderflower pavlova.

Hove Place

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One of Hove's best restaurants, this charmingly British bistro offers a stunning spot to get your eat on. From deli boards perfect for soaking up craft beers to a mouthwatering menu of seasonal plates or a Sunday roast to die for, Hove Place has got your fancy comfort eats all sorted.

If you're after Italian restaurants in Hove, then make your way to Cin Cin on Western Road. Not only does this hotspot whip up steaming plates of freshly-made pasta, grilled fish and meats, but it also has a fabulous selection of wines to enjoy. Oh, yes.

Touting cosy interiors and mouthwatering food, Fourth & Church is the perfect restaurant for date nights or catch-ups with friends alike. This popular venue serves a tasty selection of artisan cheeses, charcuterie and tapas dishes. Thirsty? Have a look at the wine list.